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Ethical treatment of primates in captivity is a vital component of ensuring a future for primates in the wild. If we care for primates as individuals, we can care for them as species. Congratulations to Wild Futures for showing us the way.

Professor Richard Wrangham
Harvard University

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Lonely Daisy Finds Love at The Monkey Sanctuary

March 2, 2015 - 2nd March 2015 A lonely old capuchin monkey named Daisy has gone on a ... Read More

Primate welfare charities condemn use of a performing monkey in Pirates of the Caribbean 5

February 19, 2015 - 17 February 2015 Wild Futures and campaign partners at Animals Australia,  ... Read More

Wild Futures’ Team warm this winter thanks to Result Clothing!

February 5, 2015 - Wild Futures’ staff were recently delighted when Result Clothing ... Read More
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