By Beth Eisenstaedt - Assistant Director of Development
Chhouk with Nick Marx
Our Care for Rescued Wildlife team does an incredible job of caring for the animals Wildlife Alliance rescues from the illegal wildlife trade – the most vulnerable of which are the babies, especially those that have lost their mothers or been separated from their family groups. So far, our track record in nurturing baby animals is good – but it can be better. Animals like Chhouk – who was just a baby and missing a leg when we found him in the forest – can survive and even thrive under the expert care of our team. But the facilities we currently have are sorely lacking when one considers the level of care that is necessary to ensure the survival of these most defenseless victims of wildlife trafficking. Watch the video below to see what Wildlife Alliance does to help these and all the animals at Phnom Tamao against great odds.
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