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James, a young pig-tailed macaque, was brought into our rescue centre in Ciapus, Java on 3 January 2012. He was handed over by an expatriate European family living in Indonesia, who kept him for nearly three months before deciding that it was wrong to keep a wild monkey as a pet.

Taken from Two of our female macaques make great mums! diary | 20th January 2012 by Volunteer Chris Wiggs, Ciapus
Rescued baby macaques need their mothers with them as much as human babies do

On 3rd January, James, an infant male pig-tailed macaque, was brought in to our rescue centre in Ciapus by an expatriate European family living in Indonesia, who had kept him as a pet for 2.5 months. James is an extremely active young macaque, and our mandatory tests on arrival confirmed that he...

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