Behind the Scenes at EPRC, English, Photo Album

Photo of The Week: How Mr. Long Spend His Tết With EPRC

Tết (Lunar New Year) With EPRC

Tet holiday (Lunar New Year) to the Vietnamese equals Christmas to the Christians, Diwali to the Indians, Khmer New Year to the Cambodians. And having to work while everyone else is celebrating would be everyone’s last choice, including Mr. Long. This photo of the week introduces Mr. Long, one of our most dedicated keepers, to our readers and his Tet at EPRC.

Photo of the Week: Mr. Long
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Behind the Scenes at EPRC, English

Tết With Langurs Doesn’t Make Tết Boring For Ms. Hue

Tết (Lunar New Year) With EPRC

Ms. Hue embarked on her animal keeping job with EPRC since 2007. This Tet holiday was another year that Hue’s absence from home due to work left his husband to handle Tet chores alone. Let’s find out how she feels about spending Tet with the langurs in this short conversation I had with her this morning while she was hand-feeding langurs.

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Behind the Scenes at EPRC, English

Breaking News: 3 Grey-Shanked Douc Langurs Escaped!

Three Homesick Grey-Shanked Douc Langurs

On 30th of December, three homesick grey-shanked douc langurs escaped from the semi-wild area at EPRC and managed to find their way back to the cage which was once their home.

In the middle of a meeting, we got a call from one of our keepers reporting about an incident where our langurs escaped. We rushed to the spot with just sweet potato, a whistle and a cage. What we saw was three grey-shanked douc langurs out of four that had been living in the semi-wild area hanging around on top of an enclosure and on the tree branches. Our tactic was to try and lure them into the cage using food and whistling.

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