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Declines in wildlife species and individual populations in recent years have caused alarm and highlighted the urgent need for innovative conservation strategies. In this context, wildlife rescue centers are critical nodes in the fight to protect biodiversity. In November, we published a study introducing the Speaker Method, a novel release technique for rescuing and reuniting mammal offspring with their mothers in their natural habitat. Traditional methods often involve keeping animals in captiv...
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Embark on a journey to unveil the secrets of Xenarthra, the enigmatic cousins of our beloved sloths. In this article, we highlight their evolutionary history, distinctive behaviors, and vital role in our environment. Come along with us as we reveal the secrets of these fascinating animals and introduce you to their world.
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“When Encountering an Injured Sloth: What to Do" offers essential guidance for encountering these fascinating sloths. It emphasizes a focus on keeping a safe distance, getting aid from an expert, and staying away from or not feeding injured sloths. By following these steps, we can protect sloths and contribute to their well-being and conservation.
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Introducing Fiji, Borneo & Urdu. These three howler monkeys arrived in April and have been residing in our clinic since then (Graphic content ahead).
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Learn about the rehabilitation process we use at the JRC, where baby sloths are nurtured and prepared for reintroduction into the wild.
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Brought by the coast guards; this hawksbill sea turtle came very weakly and suffers from a harpoon wound in her shell. Also, she had wounds in her fins because the people who harpooned her tied them, so she couldn´t move.
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Lollypop, Mati, Garibaldi and Preciosa will start a new life next to the sea in the beautiful wild nature of the Caribbean Coast in Congo Bongo EcoVillage Costa Rica.
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Last week we had the joy of releasing our group of seven White-faced Capuchin Monkeys: Nimba, Thomson, Rollo, Sherman, Jorge, Ceibu and Numea.
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The two are now back where they both belong, happy day! A big thank you to SINAC and Cahuita National Park for letting us release them in this incredible park.
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After spending one year with us she’s finally back where she belongs
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