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Apes in Demand for zoos and wildlife attractions in Peninsular Malaysia and Thailand

Document (PDF: 6.0MB) by Claire A. Beastall, Jamie Bouhuys and Anna Ezekiel (November 2016). TRAFFIC. Selangor, Malaysia. ISBN no: 978-983-3393-51-0. This report investigates the species, numbers and sources of apes held in zoos and wildlife attractions in Peninsular Malaysia and Thailand and responds to concerns over the global high demand for apes, especially juveniles, for display in zoos and wildlife facilities, and the illegal removal of these apes from the wild.