Just a few days before the terrible tropical depression, something serious happened at our center. Every day our keepers have to call the primates from semi-wild areas back for checking their health. Suddenly on that day, a male Delacour’s langur didn’t appear as usual. We tried to find him for all the day, but it was impossible until late afternoon.
The langur wasn’t as active and loud as he is normally, therefore we decided to take him to the Quarantine for further health check. The next day, an EPRC crew including Elke (Head keeper), Dr. Bonnie Raphael (veterinarian), and some keepers trekked into the semi-wild area and found the sick Delacour’s langur sitting on a tree.