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Nowy dom dla więzionego makaka (11)

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PICTURE SHOWS: The macaques at their new home ... These young macaques spent their first years on the 5th floor of a hotel in a busy Thai city with chains around their necks; a heart-breaking picture taken upon their rescue by the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre shows a helper making contact with one of the enslaved creatures. Now, on Tuesday (3 Oct), these two young male Northern pig-tailed macaques have been successfully integrated into a troop of 17 other macaques, and now call a huge open field their home. The two-year-olds had been used as ???guard??? macaques, to scare away the smaller urban long-tailed macaques and prevent them from occupying the hotel. These macaques were stolen from the forest homes after witnessing the murder of their mothers, and sold into a life of abuse. Before they were released into the large open field they spent a few weeks meeting their new friends with the protection of a fence, to prevent any unwanted aggressive encounters." WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre, based in Phetchaburi, explain: "They were both purchased as very young infants from the South of Thailand for 8000 THB (230 USD) each. Now at 2 years old, the owners decided that they were not needed. We expect that these monkey were stolen from the forests after witnessing the murder of their mothers, all to be sold into a life of abuse. During the initial health check it was found that the skin around the iron neck restraints had became deeply imbedded within the neck, and in some areas was completely concealed under the skin. Such barbaric tools are to used prevent the enslaved macaques from escaping." "These boys now have another chance, a better life, with trees to climb, pools to swim in and lots of new faces to meet," WFFT add. Where: Thailand When: 26 Sep 2017 Credit: WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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PICTURE SHOWS: The macaques at their new home ... These young macaques spent their first years on the 5th floor of a hotel in a busy Thai city with chains around their necks; a heart-breaking picture taken upon their rescue by the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre shows a helper making contact with one of the enslaved creatures. Now, on Tuesday (3 Oct), these two young male Northern pig-tailed macaques have been successfully integrated into a troop of 17 other macaques, and now call a huge open field their home. The two-year-olds had been used as ???guard??? macaques, to scare away the smaller urban long-tailed macaques and prevent them from occupying the hotel. These macaques were stolen from the forest homes after witnessing the murder of their mothers, and sold into a life of abuse. Before they were released into the large open field they spent a few weeks meeting their new friends with the protection of a fence, to prevent any unwanted aggressive encounters." WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre, based in Phetchaburi, explain: "They were both purchased as very young infants from the South of Thailand for 8000 THB (230 USD) each. Now at 2 years old, the owners decided that they were not needed. We expect that these monkey were stolen from the forests after witnessing the murder of their mothers, all to be sold into a life of abuse. During the initial health check it was found that the skin around the iron neck restraints had became deeply imbedded within the neck, and in some areas was completely concealed under the skin. Such barbaric tools are to used prevent the enslaved macaques from escaping." "These boys now have another chance, a better life, with trees to climb, pools to swim in and lots of new faces to meet," WFFT add. Where: Thailand When: 26 Sep 2017 Credit: WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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PICTURE SHOWS: The macaques at their new home ... These young macaques spent their first years on the 5th floor of a hotel in a busy Thai city with chains around their necks; a heart-breaking picture taken upon their rescue by the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre shows a helper making contact with one of the enslaved creatures. Now, on Tuesday (3 Oct), these two young male Northern pig-tailed macaques have been successfully integrated into a troop of 17 other macaques, and now call a huge open field their home. The two-year-olds had been used as ???guard??? macaques, to scare away the smaller urban long-tailed macaques and prevent them from occupying the hotel. These macaques were stolen from the forest homes after witnessing the murder of their mothers, and sold into a life of abuse. Before they were released into the large open field they spent a few weeks meeting their new friends with the protection of a fence, to prevent any unwanted aggressive encounters." WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre, based in Phetchaburi, explain: "They were both purchased as very young infants from the South of Thailand for 8000 THB (230 USD) each. Now at 2 years old, the owners decided that they were not needed. We expect that these monkey were stolen from the forests after witnessing the murder of their mothers, all to be sold into a life of abuse. During the initial health check it was found that the skin around the iron neck restraints had became deeply imbedded within the neck, and in some areas was completely concealed under the skin. Such barbaric tools are to used prevent the enslaved macaques from escaping." "These boys now have another chance, a better life, with trees to climb, pools to swim in and lots of new faces to meet," WFFT add. Where: Thailand When: 26 Sep 2017 Credit: WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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PICTURE SHOWS: The macaques at their new home ... These young macaques spent their first years on the 5th floor of a hotel in a busy Thai city with chains around their necks; a heart-breaking picture taken upon their rescue by the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre shows a helper making contact with one of the enslaved creatures. Now, on Tuesday (3 Oct), these two young male Northern pig-tailed macaques have been successfully integrated into a troop of 17 other macaques, and now call a huge open field their home. The two-year-olds had been used as ???guard??? macaques, to scare away the smaller urban long-tailed macaques and prevent them from occupying the hotel. These macaques were stolen from the forest homes after witnessing the murder of their mothers, and sold into a life of abuse. Before they were released into the large open field they spent a few weeks meeting their new friends with the protection of a fence, to prevent any unwanted aggressive encounters." WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre, based in Phetchaburi, explain: "They were both purchased as very young infants from the South of Thailand for 8000 THB (230 USD) each. Now at 2 years old, the owners decided that they were not needed. We expect that these monkey were stolen from the forests after witnessing the murder of their mothers, all to be sold into a life of abuse. During the initial health check it was found that the skin around the iron neck restraints had became deeply imbedded within the neck, and in some areas was completely concealed under the skin. Such barbaric tools are to used prevent the enslaved macaques from escaping." "These boys now have another chance, a better life, with trees to climb, pools to swim in and lots of new faces to meet," WFFT add. Where: Thailand When: 02 Aug 2017 Credit: WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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PICTURE SHOWS: The macaques were sedated and had their neck chains removed during their rescue ... These young macaques spent their first years on the 5th floor of a hotel in a busy Thai city with chains around their necks; a heart-breaking picture taken upon their rescue by the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre shows a helper making contact with one of the enslaved creatures. Now, on Tuesday (3 Oct), these two young male Northern pig-tailed macaques have been successfully integrated into a troop of 17 other macaques, and now call a huge open field their home. The two-year-olds had been used as ???guard??? macaques, to scare away the smaller urban long-tailed macaques and prevent them from occupying the hotel. These macaques were stolen from the forest homes after witnessing the murder of their mothers, and sold into a life of abuse. Before they were released into the large open field they spent a few weeks meeting their new friends with the protection of a fence, to prevent any unwanted aggressive encounters." WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre, based in Phetchaburi, explain: "They were both purchased as very young infants from the South of Thailand for 8000 THB (230 USD) each. Now at 2 years old, the owners decided that they were not needed. We expect that these monkey were stolen from the forests after witnessing the murder of their mothers, all to be sold into a life of abuse. During the initial health check it was found that the skin around the iron neck restraints had became deeply imbedded within the neck, and in some areas was completely concealed under the skin. Such barbaric tools are to used prevent the enslaved macaques from escaping." "These boys now have another chance, a better life, with trees to climb, pools to swim in and lots of new faces to meet," WFFT add. Where: Thailand When: 24 Sep 2016 Credit: WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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PICTURE SHOWS: The macaques were sedated during their rescue ... These young macaques spent their first years on the 5th floor of a hotel in a busy Thai city with chains around their necks; a heart-breaking picture taken upon their rescue by the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre shows a helper making contact with one of the enslaved creatures. Now, on Tuesday (3 Oct), these two young male Northern pig-tailed macaques have been successfully integrated into a troop of 17 other macaques, and now call a huge open field their home. The two-year-olds had been used as ???guard??? macaques, to scare away the smaller urban long-tailed macaques and prevent them from occupying the hotel. These macaques were stolen from the forest homes after witnessing the murder of their mothers, and sold into a life of abuse. Before they were released into the large open field they spent a few weeks meeting their new friends with the protection of a fence, to prevent any unwanted aggressive encounters." WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre, based in Phetchaburi, explain: "They were both purchased as very young infants from the South of Thailand for 8000 THB (230 USD) each. Now at 2 years old, the owners decided that they were not needed. We expect that these monkey were stolen from the forests after witnessing the murder of their mothers, all to be sold into a life of abuse. During the initial health check it was found that the skin around the iron neck restraints had became deeply imbedded within the neck, and in some areas was completely concealed under the skin. Such barbaric tools are to used prevent the enslaved macaques from escaping." "These boys now have another chance, a better life, with trees to climb, pools to swim in and lots of new faces to meet," WFFT add. Where: Thailand When: 24 Sep 2016 Credit: WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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PICTURE SHOWS: The macaques during their rescue ... These young macaques spent their first years on the 5th floor of a hotel in a busy Thai city with chains around their necks; a heart-breaking picture taken upon their rescue by the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre shows a helper making contact with one of the enslaved creatures. Now, on Tuesday (3 Oct), these two young male Northern pig-tailed macaques have been successfully integrated into a troop of 17 other macaques, and now call a huge open field their home. The two-year-olds had been used as ???guard??? macaques, to scare away the smaller urban long-tailed macaques and prevent them from occupying the hotel. These macaques were stolen from the forest homes after witnessing the murder of their mothers, and sold into a life of abuse. Before they were released into the large open field they spent a few weeks meeting their new friends with the protection of a fence, to prevent any unwanted aggressive encounters." WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre, based in Phetchaburi, explain: "They were both purchased as very young infants from the South of Thailand for 8000 THB (230 USD) each. Now at 2 years old, the owners decided that they were not needed. We expect that these monkey were stolen from the forests after witnessing the murder of their mothers, all to be sold into a life of abuse. During the initial health check it was found that the skin around the iron neck restraints had became deeply imbedded within the neck, and in some areas was completely concealed under the skin. Such barbaric tools are to used prevent the enslaved macaques from escaping." "These boys now have another chance, a better life, with trees to climb, pools to swim in and lots of new faces to meet," WFFT add. Where: Thailand When: 24 Sep 2016 Credit: WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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PICTURE SHOWS: The macaques were sedated during their rescue ... These young macaques spent their first years on the 5th floor of a hotel in a busy Thai city with chains around their necks; a heart-breaking picture taken upon their rescue by the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre shows a helper making contact with one of the enslaved creatures. Now, on Tuesday (3 Oct), these two young male Northern pig-tailed macaques have been successfully integrated into a troop of 17 other macaques, and now call a huge open field their home. The two-year-olds had been used as ???guard??? macaques, to scare away the smaller urban long-tailed macaques and prevent them from occupying the hotel. These macaques were stolen from the forest homes after witnessing the murder of their mothers, and sold into a life of abuse. Before they were released into the large open field they spent a few weeks meeting their new friends with the protection of a fence, to prevent any unwanted aggressive encounters." WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre, based in Phetchaburi, explain: "They were both purchased as very young infants from the South of Thailand for 8000 THB (230 USD) each. Now at 2 years old, the owners decided that they were not needed. We expect that these monkey were stolen from the forests after witnessing the murder of their mothers, all to be sold into a life of abuse. During the initial health check it was found that the skin around the iron neck restraints had became deeply imbedded within the neck, and in some areas was completely concealed under the skin. Such barbaric tools are to used prevent the enslaved macaques from escaping." "These boys now have another chance, a better life, with trees to climb, pools to swim in and lots of new faces to meet," WFFT add. Where: Thailand When: 24 Sep 2016 Credit: WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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PICTURE SHOWS: The macaques during their rescue ... These young macaques spent their first years on the 5th floor of a hotel in a busy Thai city with chains around their necks; a heart-breaking picture taken upon their rescue by the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre shows a helper making contact with one of the enslaved creatures. Now, on Tuesday (3 Oct), these two young male Northern pig-tailed macaques have been successfully integrated into a troop of 17 other macaques, and now call a huge open field their home. The two-year-olds had been used as ???guard??? macaques, to scare away the smaller urban long-tailed macaques and prevent them from occupying the hotel. These macaques were stolen from the forest homes after witnessing the murder of their mothers, and sold into a life of abuse. Before they were released into the large open field they spent a few weeks meeting their new friends with the protection of a fence, to prevent any unwanted aggressive encounters." WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre, based in Phetchaburi, explain: "They were both purchased as very young infants from the South of Thailand for 8000 THB (230 USD) each. Now at 2 years old, the owners decided that they were not needed. We expect that these monkey were stolen from the forests after witnessing the murder of their mothers, all to be sold into a life of abuse. During the initial health check it was found that the skin around the iron neck restraints had became deeply imbedded within the neck, and in some areas was completely concealed under the skin. Such barbaric tools are to used prevent the enslaved macaques from escaping." "These boys now have another chance, a better life, with trees to climb, pools to swim in and lots of new faces to meet," WFFT add. Where: Thailand When: 24 Sep 2016 Credit: WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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PICTURE SHOWS: The macaques during their rescue ... These young macaques spent their first years on the 5th floor of a hotel in a busy Thai city with chains around their necks; a heart-breaking picture taken upon their rescue by the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre shows a helper making contact with one of the enslaved creatures. Now, on Tuesday (3 Oct), these two young male Northern pig-tailed macaques have been successfully integrated into a troop of 17 other macaques, and now call a huge open field their home. The two-year-olds had been used as ???guard??? macaques, to scare away the smaller urban long-tailed macaques and prevent them from occupying the hotel. These macaques were stolen from the forest homes after witnessing the murder of their mothers, and sold into a life of abuse. Before they were released into the large open field they spent a few weeks meeting their new friends with the protection of a fence, to prevent any unwanted aggressive encounters." WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre, based in Phetchaburi, explain: "They were both purchased as very young infants from the South of Thailand for 8000 THB (230 USD) each. Now at 2 years old, the owners decided that they were not needed. We expect that these monkey were stolen from the forests after witnessing the murder of their mothers, all to be sold into a life of abuse. During the initial health check it was found that the skin around the iron neck restraints had became deeply imbedded within the neck, and in some areas was completely concealed under the skin. Such barbaric tools are to used prevent the enslaved macaques from escaping." "These boys now have another chance, a better life, with trees to climb, pools to swim in and lots of new faces to meet," WFFT add. Where: Thailand When: 24 Sep 2016 Credit: WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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PICTURE SHOWS: The macaques during their rescue ... These young macaques spent their first years on the 5th floor of a hotel in a busy Thai city with chains around their necks; a heart-breaking picture taken upon their rescue by the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre shows a helper making contact with one of the enslaved creatures. Now, on Tuesday (3 Oct), these two young male Northern pig-tailed macaques have been successfully integrated into a troop of 17 other macaques, and now call a huge open field their home. The two-year-olds had been used as ???guard??? macaques, to scare away the smaller urban long-tailed macaques and prevent them from occupying the hotel. These macaques were stolen from the forest homes after witnessing the murder of their mothers, and sold into a life of abuse. Before they were released into the large open field they spent a few weeks meeting their new friends with the protection of a fence, to prevent any unwanted aggressive encounters." WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre, based in Phetchaburi, explain: "They were both purchased as very young infants from the South of Thailand for 8000 THB (230 USD) each. Now at 2 years old, the owners decided that they were not needed. We expect that these monkey were stolen from the forests after witnessing the murder of their mothers, all to be sold into a life of abuse. During the initial health check it was found that the skin around the iron neck restraints had became deeply imbedded within the neck, and in some areas was completely concealed under the skin. Such barbaric tools are to used prevent the enslaved macaques from escaping." "These boys now have another chance, a better life, with trees to climb, pools to swim in and lots of new faces to meet," WFFT add. Where: Thailand When: 24 Sep 2016 Credit: WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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