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UK monkey charity appeals for help following Java landslide

Wildlife park owner the Aspinal Foundation is appealing for funding to help rebuild parts of its primate rescue centre in Java following a landslide at the site last week.

The foundation, which operates Port Lympe and Howletts wildlife centres in the UK, said that around £3,000 of damage had been done to the rehabilitation enclosures at its Java Primate Rescue Centre.

The landslide is believed to have been caused by recent heavy rain.

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