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beleive:

http://www.ecoparqueelfenix.org/

This is my new monkey project, I work with rehabilitating spider monkeys that have been rescued from the pet trade in Mexico. The above link is to my website, and I really wan’t (and need) some feedback from you all.

Just simply take a look at the site, meet my monkeys and have a browse at the life of a wild spider monkey, then take a 5 minute questionnaire of what you thought of it.

It takes just five minutes and it will really help out a struggling sanctuary, by letting me know what you want to see on a rescue centre’s website.

All feedback greatly appreciated, just follow this link to answer:

http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/96252NTIPC 

Oh and the monkeys say thanks! :)

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http://www.ecoparqueelfenix.org/

This is my new monkey project, I work with rehabilitating spider monkeys that have been rescued from the pet trade in Mexico. The above link is to my website, and I really wan’t (and need) some feedback from you all.

Just simply take a look at the site, meet my monkeys and have a browse at the life of a wild spider monkey, then take a 5 minute questionnaire of what you thought of it.

It takes just five minutes and it will really help out a struggling sanctuary, by letting me know what you want to see on a rescue centre’s website.

All feedback greatly appreciated, just follow this link to answer:

http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/96252NTIPC 

Oh and the monkeys say thanks! :)

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monkey rescue centre

For all those interested in primates, conservation, and enjoy photos of cute monkeys, this could be for you :)

This is my new monkey project, I work with rehabilitating spider monkeys that have been rescued from the pet trade in Mexico. The above link is to my website, and I really wan’t (and need) some feedback from you all.

Just simply take a look at the site, meet my monkeys and have a browse at the life of a wild spider monkey, then take a 5 minute questionnaire of what you thought of it.

It takes just five minutes and it will really help out a struggling sanctuary, by letting me know what you want to see on a rescue centre’s website.

All feedback greatly appreciated, just follow this link to answer: http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/96252NTIPC 

Oh and the monkeys say thanks! :)

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My sister saves monkeys live.

jackohooper:

My sister is a scientist of the animal kingdom.

She travels all over the world studying monkeys, in rainforest or up mountains or what have you. 

Obviously.

She has a website that she has built to help save monkeys lives, please check it out and then answer this quick survey, it only takes 5minutes and every single survey means a lot to her, she’s working so hard, i’m dead proud of her. If you could do it, the Hoopers would appreciate it.

Thank you.

Now, i’m off to the studio shortly for day 1 with the producer. Interesting.

Me
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SURVEY (AFTER LOOKING AT WEBSITE) :  http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/96252NTIPC 

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landed in mexico

currently sat in a flat in the old olympic village in mexico city, very tired but overall feeling well (could use a reassuring hug and a cup of tea) but very good all the same. i will be in the city for a week before travelling to the forest, got a lot to be getting on with, think it will be another early night tonight :) 

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well isn’t third year fun!

Chytridiomycosis via Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection. 

I pleasantly surprised myself (and frightened myself) when I read that journal and understood 90% of it, and what I didn’t understand was mostly the details but I got the gist of it. Feeling a lot better about the exam now, as there’s loads of helpful hints and tips in there!

Just two weeks until third year exams are over, and I’ll be a graduate heading to Mexico by myself to train as a primatologist.

Also, found out that I have been invited to attend a genetics course (for free!) as well as to assist with conducting MRI scans on monkeys, then i’m helping out in a zoo with issuing enrichment for the captive primates, and then we each get a donkey to ride into the forest on! Oh yeah, and I have also been asked if I want to attend a week long course in tropical field techniques at the beginning of July…hell yeah :) Then its dolphin breeding season at the lagoon, I honestly feel like these things are being offered to someone else, I am so exited.

The next three months are looking very exiting! Then it is home to the UK in September to start my Masters in Primate Conservation (got an unconditional offer last month) and to move in with with my boyfriend of 3 years. Life is looking pretty good, I am really happy.

I do have the hospital tomorrow, to get all my test results back including the CST, capillaroscopy, x-rays and blood tests. I am quite nervous about that, but I am concentrating on all the good things to keep me busy and preoccupied until tomorrow :)

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