C'est l'année du singe mais à Hong Kong, les macaques agacent. La triste histoire de Ponso, le chimpanzé le plus seul au monde. World's loneliest organ-utan Opal has spent 30 years in solitary confinement as campaigners call for release. Baby orangutan and mother set free after ordeal. This video shows an adorable baby orangutan and her doting mother clambering freely through the verdant jungle after being released back into the wild.
Mum, Ah Foo, 25, and her 18-month-old baby Kebaco swing joyously from the trees after a three-month stint in quarantined captivity. Chester Zoo swings into action with campaign to save wild orangutans. Chester Zoo is to launch its 2015 fundraising campaign – aimed at protecting one of the world’s most iconic species.
The zoo’s third annual Go Orange campaign aims to create awareness of the plight of the Bornean and Sumatran orangutan, who are being pushed perilously close to extinction. The campaign aims to raise funds to directly support orangutan conservation projects in the wild. All of the money raised will go to crucial projects to protect the forests and the surrounding ecosystems in Borneo and Sumatra - ensuring a brighter future for both species of orangutans. Conversations avec Koko le gorille. - Documentaire.
SUNY chimp case questions animals' right to freedom. When a court hearing was ordered to determine whether two chimpanzees, named Hercules and Leo, are being “unlawfully detained” by the State University of New York at Stony Brook, the primates (and their lawyers) made a bit of history.
No, New York State Supreme Court Justice Barbara Jaffe did not decree that the chimps had all the rights that human beings have — as some observers initially thought when she granted a “writ of habeas corpus.” (Generally, only prisoners use habeas corpus to petition for their freedom.) By the next day, the judge had scratched out the habeas corpus reference in her order to show cause. She is simply requiring the parties — without the chimps — to show up in court and plead their cases. Savegporangutans. Savegporangutans. Le long voyage de Jane Goodall : Projection exceptionnelle à Paris. Green Le Film . destruction of World. UNESCO Centre du patrimoine mondial - Une infographie sur les grands singes souligne l’importance des sites du patrimoine mondial. La présence d’espèces menacées de chimpanzés, gorilles, orang-outans et bonobos au sein de certains sites d’Afrique et d’Asie inscrits sur la Liste du patrimoine mondial, souligne l’importance de ces forêts et chaînes de montagnes et est mise en avant dans une infographie présentée aujourd’hui par le Partenariat pour la survie des grands singes (GRASP) et le Centre du patrimoine mondial de l’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’éducation, la science et la culture (UNESCO).
Les grands singes sont présents dans 16 sites inscrits sur la Liste du patrimoine mondial, parmi lesquels figurent le parc national des Virunga en République démocratique du Congo, le parc national de Taï en Côte d’Ivoire, la réserve de faune du Dja au Cameroun et le parc national de Gunung Leuser au sein du Patrimoine des forêts tropicales ombrophiles de Sumatra en Indonésie. Iris fue una prisionera en confinamiento solitario durante años – hasta ahora. Escrito por Alisa Mullins Imagina que estás encerrado en una celda oscura y sin ventanas que mide aproximadamente 8 por 16 pies, apenas del tamaño de un vestidor.
Orphaned Baby Orangutans Are Thrilled To Ride To Forest School In Wheelbarrows. What could be sweeter than a wheelbarrow full of excited young orangutans heading off to play in the forest?
Perhaps the fact that it was made possible thanks to people like you who donated to keep the little ones happy. Facebook/International Animal Rescue Life is abustle with activity at an orphaned orangutan rehabilitation center run by International Animal Rescue (IAR) in Indonesia. There, some 80 playful orange primates awaken each morning eager to begin their day learning about life in the surrounding forests. "The babies go to our Baby School, and for the slightly older ones, Forest School," Lis Keys from IAR told The Dodo.
Getting the group of rambunctious youngsters to and from the forest would be a far more time-consuming chore if it weren't for a special fleet of wheelbarrows, all of which were paid for with donations. Updated: Judge’s ruling grants legal right to research chimps. Update, 21 April: Science has learned that the court order referred to in this story has been amended.
The words “writ of habeas corpus” have been struck out, suggesting that the court has made no decision on whether Hercules and Leo—two research chimpanzees at Stony Brook University in New York—deserve to be treated as legal persons. The Nonhuman Rights Project has responded to the amendment, stating, “This case is one of a trio of cases that the Nonhuman Rights Project has brought in an attempt to free chimpanzees imprisoned within the State of New York through an ‘Article 70-Habeas Corpus’ proceeding.
These cases are novel and this is the first time that an Order to Show Cause has issued. We are grateful for an opportunity to litigate the issue of the freedom of the chimpanzees, Hercules and Leo, at the ordered May hearing.” Le langage secret des gibbons déchiffré pour la première fois par des scientifiques. GREEN. Run for the Wild Bronx Zoo: WCS & Gorillas - Wildlife Conservation Society. Covering over 1,700 square miles in the Republic of Congo, Ntokou-Pikounda National Park is a key stronghold for western lowland gorillas.
It was created only a few years back, after WCS researchers uncovered 125,000 of the gorillas in the area. It’s a good thing, too. Just outside the park, forests are being ripped to the ground for palm oil. Had the reserve not been set aside, many more of these animals would be in peril. Rescue of Iris the Chimpanzee. Kiki, gorille épileptique, mitraillée par les flashs à Anvers. Appel à soutien - Bons Baisers de la Jungle... sur Newmanity. French police Taser chocolate-loving monkey after it attacked children at a school in Marseilles. Inde: un singe réanime l'un des siens après une électrocution (vidéo)
Près de Nantes, des macaques du zoo livrés à la trépanation. Nantes, correspondance En septembre, une chaîne allemande a diffusé un film en caméra cachée sur ces macaques qui paraissent bien maltraités.
Chimps: A New Life, Retirement. Haven Can't Wait: Chimp Haven Prepares to Welcome Former Research Lab Chimpanzees : The Humane Society of the United States. April 16, 2013 Chimp Haven sanctuary prepares to welcome chimpanzees permanently retired from research laboratories All Animals magazine, May/June 2013.
San Francisco Zoo’s Gorillas Grieve, Comfort Each Other After Young Ape’s Tragic Death « CBS San Francisco. SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The San Francisco Zoo says its six western lowland gorillas are showing normal signs of grief and loss following the death of the group’s youngest gorilla. The Zoo says Monday the primary focus for both staff and the primates following Friday’s death of Kabibe has been the ape’s grandmother and primary caregiver. Stichting AAP - 404. Kiki, gorille épileptique, mitraillée par les flashs à Anvers. Koko le gorille pleure la perte de son chaton d'adoption. Un moment terriblement touchant. Green le Film. Dian Fossey, la femme qui aimait les gorilles ! Gorilla Doctors - Gorilla Doctors Blog - Motherless Infant Gorilla in Ugenda Group Freed from Snare.
Mountain gorilla infant Sabato has had a rough start to his young life. First, he endured a series of violent interactions between dominant silverback Ugenda, beta silverback Wageni and lone silverback Gushimira in February 2013 during which the silverbacks and other members of the group sustained injuries which required veterinary attention from Gorilla Doctors. During these interactions, his mother, 17-year-old Kurudi, left the group and joined Gushimira, leaving Sabato alone in Ugenda group at the tender young age of 2.