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Animal Stories
Posted Date: Monday 17 December 2018
Some injured and sick animals treated at the KFBG Wild Animal Rescue Centre receive radiographic examinations. The resulting X-ray images not only help provide detailed evaluation of the animal’s condition, but they can also be considered as quite artistic and provide a new and unique perspective of nature. We will share X-ray images of rescued animals, and interesting stories about their anatomy and lifestyle. In the last post of the series, we will feature reptiles.
Animal Stories
Posted Date: Wednesday 12 December 2018
Some injured and sick animals treated at the KFBG Wild Animal Rescue Centre receive radiographic examinations. The resulting X-ray images not only help provide detailed evaluation of the animal’s condition, but they can also be considered as quite artistic and provide a new and unique perspective of nature. We will share X-ray images of rescued animals, and interesting stories about their anatomy and lifestyle. This time birds take the spotlight.
Animal Stories
Posted Date: Wednesday 5 December 2018
Some injured and sick animals treated at the KFBG Wild Animal Rescue Centre receive radiographic examinations. The resulting X-ray images not only help provide detailed evaluation of the animal’s condition, but they can also be considered as quite artistic and provide a new and unique perspective of nature. First, we will look at some rescued mammals.
Animal Stories
Posted Date: Friday 30 November 2018
The two female barking deer that have been with KFBG for several years, recently moved into their new open-air enclosure at Piers Jacobs Wildlife Sanctuary. Visitors can now visit them through the indoor gallery exhibit area. Alternatively, visitors can also see them from above if they are on the bridge next to the domestic pig exhibit.
Animal Stories
Posted Date: Friday 30 November 2018
Four young marmosets can now be seen at the Sun Garden Animal Exhibits adjacent to the Sun Garden Café. The parents were rescued from an illegal pet trade in 2017 and subsequently rehomed to Zoo Taiping & Night Safari Malaysia and the offspring remained in the care of KFBG.