Puck

Type : Langur
Sex : Male
Age : Approx. 3 months old on arrival
Date of Arrival : 15th April 2011

There was a long delay in getting this baby to our care, as he had been taken to another rescue center but they were unable to cope with him. He came into care following a traffic accident where his mother was killed and had suffered an injury himself. His head was badly swollen and there were many cuts and scrapes on his tiny body. He was able to digest the milk formula but initially had several fits caused by his head trauma but thankfully it proved to be nothing serious and he recovered in a few days.

He was successfully hand reared and is still doing well, although he is now too big and aggressive to be taken for walks.

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