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Sir David Attenborough filming at our Monkey Sanctuary
Wild Futures saves primates
Wild Futures protects habitats

Wild Futures is a UK registered charity founded upon five decades of experience as a leader in the field of primate welfare and conservation, environmental education, and sustainable practice.

Wild Futures is committed to protecting primates and habitats worldwide.

Our flagship project The Monkey Sanctuary in Cornwall, has an international reputation for the quality of care, enclosure design and innovative management techniques afforded the monkeys there. Open to the public for seven months a year, the Sanctuary offers a unique insight into primate conservation and welfare issues.

 

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Our Sanctuary

Our flagship project, The Monkey Sanctuary is now open for 2014.
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Primates not pets

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Say no to primates as pets - help us end the cruel trade! Read More

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Friends of mine introduced me to the work of Wild Futures some time ago, and I am proud to be able to support their work through the ‘adopt a monkey’ scheme. The welfare and conservation work that Wild Futures’ undertake is both valuable and inspiring

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News

The Monkey Sanctuary welcomes a special new arrival!

October 19, 2014 -                                        ... Read More

Wild Futures Exotic Pet Trade Day

October 17, 2014 - 17th October 2014 Wild Futures was at Duchy College yesterday for our Exotic ... Read More

Government ignores calls from primate experts, whilst primates continue to suffer

September 13, 2014 - 12Sept 2014 Following the EFRA Select Committee’s inquiry into whether ... Read More
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