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Canaote is dedicated to the rescue and restoration to the forest of monkeys in Venezuela. The monkeys that are brought to us have been rescued from abuse or have become unwanted pets. The release program entails the retraining of the monkey to adapt to wild life. But only rarely do we go heroically into the forest with monkeys for release. It is not a daily event because in most cases they have had only a few months with their mother, before being captured and sold into slavery. This training can be lengthy, in some cases running into several years. When they arrive at Canaote they must be kept apart from the other monkeys for a period of upto forty days. This quarantine period is to ensure that they are free of any communicable disease. And to allow time for tests such as blood excrement and urine. Our picture shows the quarantine enclosure. This has been specially designed by us to give maximum safety to the monkey and safety and facility to the careperson.
On the extreme left and extending beyond the enclosure, is the eating place. This is covered against sun and rain. This has two doors, one for the monkey to enter and the other for the presentation of food and for cleaning and plate collection. There are two other larger compartments, connected by a small door. One on the extreme right is the resting or sleeping area. On the left of this a place for play. The sleeping area is accessed by double doors. The quarantine enclosure has been designed to allow the monkey to be safely positioned when cleaning or other operations are needed. When the quarantine period is complete the monkey then takes its place in a much larger enclosure and is able to share with other monkeys. Then the assessment is made. Is the monkey suitable for release or is this its final home? Young monkeys are best suited to release. Some of the older monkeys have spent too long in apartments and with humans and are just too dependent on us. Very difficult to teach the older one the streetwise of the forest.
Friday, July 4, 2014
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