The Gibbon Conservation Society's rehabilitation program, GReP, has just welcomed it’s newest rescued Gibbon, a 4 year old White-Handed Gibbon named Darling. She was surrendered to GReP by her previous owners, when they became aware of why gibbons should not be pets from poor conditions. Previously she was kept very restricted in a small living space and fed many unnatural food items including teh tarik. This can be seen in the photo below, prior to her arrival.
Darling's rehabilitation will be a long process, up to 10 years. She is currently the equivalent of a teenager and still has so much more to learn and needs time to overcome the troubles of her past.
With new additions like Darling arriving, we need your financial support more than ever. With more mouths to feed and more enclosures to build, we need your help!
Your generous donations will help us to provide Darling with the best food, enrichments and training regimes to get her ready for release back into the wild. Every donation counts, no matter how large or small!
Thank you so very much for your ongoing support.