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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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Most of the electric power lines in Costa Rica are aerial and are constructed without protective insulation. They are a threat of electrocution for any living being that has contact with them.shockfreezone, wildlife, enviromentaleducation, costarica, biodiversity,, jaguarrescuecenter, rescuecenter, monkeys, sloths, electrocutions
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As more and more people move to the Caribbean South, the threat of deforestation and habitat loss becomes increasingly significant.
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Three weeks ago a juvenile green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) was brough to the JRC after being found by coast guards on the beach in Limon, Costa Rica. This turtle was confiscated by the coast guards, who also helped to transport it to the JRC.
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The JRC would like to introduce the newest member of our adoption program. Turanga the 2 finger sloth & Patacón the baby kinkajou.
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Unfortunately, we set a new record this month by saving 100 animals. We have stated that in the last ten years, we have never received this many animals in a single month.
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The Jaguar Rescue Center continues to expand, and we were able to complete numerous projects thanks to the help and donations we received from the La Ceiba Primary Forest Foundation in 2022.
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To prevent animals from being electrocuted, we have our program Shock-Free Zone, which we have run in collaboration with the Grupo ICE (Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad) for the past 12 years.
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We are happy to announce that we were able to reunite this mother and baby 3-fingered sloths (Bradypus variegatus).
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How is the process to release a sloth? When the baby first arrived, is checked by our Veterinarian Team. If the sloth is healthy, is moved to the Nursery; if not, it will stay at the clinic until it is healthy enough to be moved.
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