Tracy Rowles of Umsizi Umkomaas Vervet Rescue Centre with Pearce, the baby monkey.
A video posted on the South Coast Sun website has gone viral, with it even featured on The Ellen Show Instagram page.
The video received from Umsizi Umkomaas Vervet Rescue Centre features a young monkey named Pearce, which had been injured and cared for by the centre, being released back to his troop at Kingsway High School in October 2017.
Read the full story here: Injured baby monkey receives some love after leg injury rehab (2017)
If you haven’t seen the video, watch it here:
Tracy Rowles from Umsizi Umkomaas Vervet Rescue Centre asks:
If anybody sees our release video on any FB or instagram pages please let me know!
We have licensed the video to fundraise and should be paid every time a company uses it!
To contact Tracy:
BANK DETAILS FOR DONATIONS:
FNB (non profit) Cheque Account
Account Number: 624 987 321 58
Branch Code: 250 655
Swift Code: FIRNZAJJ
Paypal: [email protected]
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