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Western Hoolock Gibbon rescued

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A personnel from Sonja Wildlife rescue team treats a one-year-old male Western Hoolock Gibbon at Tura. Gibbon was handed over by a family from Rongjeng Songma to the Sonja Wildlife Rescue Team recently. The Gibbon is listed as endangered species in the Schedule 1 of Wildlife Protection Act 1972.

 

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