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International Orangutan Day at Monkey World!

When? 19 August 2019
Where? Monkey World - Ape Rescue Centre - Wareham

  • International Orangutan Day at Monkey World!

On the 19th August, Monkey World are celebrating our orange cousins! Visitors can learn about these amazing creatures, and their plight in the wild.

Compare your arm span to an orangutan, make some fun food feeders and learn about the devastating palm oil industry- as well as seeing our 15 orangutans! The orangutans live in three groups, which includes Europe’s official orangutan crèche, where orphaned youngsters can grow up with their own kind.

For more information: www.monkeyworld.org/ 01929 462537 / apes@monkeyworld.org.

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Monkey World - Ape Rescue Centre

Near Wool, Wareham, BH20 6HH

Tel: 01929 462537

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