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Bali Monkey Rescue

Dedicated to the protection

and rehabilitation of the

Long Tailed Macaque Monkeys

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Bali Monkey Rescue is dedicated to the protection and rehabilitation of the Long Tailed Macaque Monkeys.

 

Sadly our resident monkeys are unable to return to the wild but they will spend the rest of their lives under the protection of Bali Monkey Rescue where they live as an extended family unit.

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After being rescued, the naturally social Macaque Monkeys are often afraid of their own kind and need long term rehabilitation and care to integrate into natural groups.

This is important because only then will they be able to live as they were meant to; with other monkeys. 

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Reaching put to be rescued  

Every year approximately 3000  Macaque babies are stolen from their mothers, who are killed in an attempt to protect their young. 

Many are sold in local markets, tied by a short chain to their neck unable to reach out for comfort from the other captives. Their cries of terror can be easily heard but largely go ignored of their pitiful plight.   

Monkeys arrive at our center malnourished and traumatised with serious behaviour problems such as pacing, rocking, self-harm and food issues.

 

The psychological damage that occurs in primates that have been kept as pets shows when they arrive at BMR

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Every year approximately 3000  Macaque babies are stolen from their mothers, who are killed in their fruitless attempt to protect their young. The stolen babies face an uncertain future. Many are  sold  in local markets, trained as dancing monkeys or used for medical research.

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Without support for these Bali Monkeys, it relies on private rescuers to carry the costs of this ever growing problem. Sadly our resident monkeys are unable to return to the wild but they will spend the rest of their lives under the protection of Bali Monkey Rescue where they live as an extended family unit.

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Kuta girl lived in trash in a back alley

 

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When we thought we had seen it all - along came Moni