Les douanes polynésiennes ont saisi, en début de semaine, quatre crânes de macaques à longue queue, un petit singe inscrit à l’annexe II de la CITES en raison du braconnage dont il est victime et dont l’aire de répartition se limite aujourd’h
After attending the Barnstable County Fair on the 20th of July and watching two of the three Rainforest Experience shows that day, my initial concerns for the welfare of the animals and the true value of the educational messages were only amplified greatly by what I witnessed.
The week started off with a bang as Polynesian customs seized four long tailed macaque skulls. This species of small monkey is listed in Appendix II of CITES as it is a target for poachers, and it is only found in the Island of Sumatra and the Philippines.
Watch "Night of the Whale - part II" above, documenting research conducted in 2012 near Stellwagen Bank off the coast of Massachusetts. In this episode we learn why the Song of the Whale was built, and attempt to track a tagged humpback whale into the night. Part I of "Night of the Whale" can be seen here.