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Sir David Attenborough visits The Monkey Sanctuary!
Tune in to Watch TV on Mondays at 21.00 to see our rescued capuchin monkeys starring in David Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities!

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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Primates are not domesticated animals, bred by humans over generations to be companions. They are wild creatures, unfortunate enough to be held captive in unnatural circumstances. However well meaning their human
captors, primates should not be kept as pets. They need the company of their own kind in settings as naturalistic as possible, if they cannot be returned to the wild.

Professor William McGrew
University of Cambridge

News

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