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COLUGO WAS SAVED BY ACRES AFTER BEING FOUND STRUGGLING AT A BUS INTERCHANGE

A Malayan (M) colugo was found struggling on the floor at a bus interchange. We suspect she might have hitched a ride on a bus to the interchange as there were no forested areas nearby!

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Fortunately, she was unharmed! However, she had very blunt nails, aftermath of all the struggling on the floor. Our veterinary team had to sharpen her nails to allow her to properly climb trees again.

Malayan colugos are shy, nocturnal (NIGHT) creatures who are strictly arboreal (spend their time in the treetops of tropical rainforests). They are also known as Sunda ‘flying’ lemurs due to their ability to glide.

What is a colugo?

They look like squirrels but they have wings that allow them to glide from tree to tree and it’s active only at night.

Charity Event:

The ACRES 24-hour wildlife rescue hotline receives an monthly average of 1,800 calls and an average of 400 animals are rescued monthly. We would be elated for you to join us at our charity gala dinner, Saturday, 8 October, 6pm onwards at One Farrer Hotel to celebrate our 21st birthday!

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Get your tickets today!:

bit.ly/ACRESGALA2022

$198 per seat

$1,888 per table

Saturday, 8 Oct 2022, 6.00pm onwards

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One Farrer Hotel, Grand Ballroom

Host: Actor & Model Paul Foster

100% proceeds will be directed to our animal protection programmes.

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