We are dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, breeding, research and conservation of Vietnam’s endangered and critically endangered primate species.
Primate poaching is widespread and common in Vietnam. Poachers covet the monkeys for their bones, organs and tissues, which are used in traditional medicines. The essential reason for the immense volume of wildlife in the illegal trade and the dramatic decline of wild animal populations – not only primates – results from an ineffective, unmotivated and apathetic enforcement of existing laws.
Deforestation of natural forests in Vietnam is proceeding at an alarming rate, and even though forested areas in general increase through reforestation it is predominantly as monoculture plantations. A large number of protected areas are very small or fragmented, and are therefore highly vulnerable to anthropogenic impacts.
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Endangered Primate Rescue Center, Vietnam is at Endangered Primate Rescue Centre.
3 months ago
3 months ago
Besides of exploring, finding food and rest, primates also spend a lot of time for grooming and catching lice for each others, which is like a way of showing love – strengthen the strong bonds between the members in herd.
The photo was taken around 8am, pictured are Omo and Trouble and PitPit, the beautiful Gray-shanked Douc Langurs at EPRC
To learn more about primate species being rescued at EPRC, please visit our website: https://www.eprc.asia/
Become a sponsor of Omo: https://www.eprc.asia/sponsor/
Bên cạnh việc khám phá, tìm thức ăn và nghỉ ngơi, linh trưởng cũng dành rất nhiều thời gian cho việc chải lông và bắt rận cho nhau, đây giống như một cách thể hiện tình thương- tăng mối liên kết chặt chẽ giữa các thành viên trong bầy đàn.
Bức ảnh được chụp vào khoảng 8h sáng, trong ảnh là Omo và Trouble, 2 cô vooc Chà vá chân xám xinh đẹp tại EPRC
Để biết thêm về các loài Linh trưởng đang được cứu hộ tại EPRC, xin hãy ghé thăm Website của chúng tôi: https://www.eprc.asia/
Trở thành nhà tài trợ cho Omo: https://www.eprc.asia/sponsor/
Photo by: ©Tran Thanh Quang … See MoreSee Less
Established in 1993, EPRC is a not for profit project dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, breeding, research and conservation of Vietnam’s endangered and critically endangered primate species.
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