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APE RESCUE CENTRE

The rescue centre has assisted governments around the world to stop the smuggling of primates from the wild since 1987.

At the Centre refugees of this illegal trade as well as those that have suffered abuse or neglect are rehabilitated into natural living groups.

LATEST NEWS

What’s been happening at Monkey World

TikTok slammed by rescue animal charity for ‘glorifying baby monkeys as pets’ with lollipop and tap drinking videos

Written by Emma James for The Sun SOCIAL media giants have been slammed by an animal rescue charity for “glorifying” keeping baby monkeys as pets. TikTok and Facebook have come

Social Media Platforms such as TikTok & Facebook Glorify the Trade in Baby Monkeys in UK

Despite the new laws on the horizon, Monkey World was called to rescue a tiny baby monkey from the UK pet trade this week. The infant marmoset weighs only 110grams

Mask Rules Will Continue on 19th July

Customer Notice: To protect our family of primates and staff, all visitors aged 3+ will still be required to wear a face mask or visor whilst at the park after

Monkey World’s Call For Welfare 4 Wildlife Answered As Government Introduces Bill To Protect Primates As Pets

Monkey World is proud to have worked with the government to bring in the new Animal Welfare (Kept Animals) Bill, introduced in parliament on 8th June 2021, which will ban

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