Young monkey found dead in cage in Lentor

A juvenile long-tailed macaque found dead in a large cage in Lentor on May 17, 2018. PHOTO: ST READER
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SINGAPORE - A young monkey was found dead near private houses in Lentor on Thursday morning (May 17), the latest in a string of cases involving human-wildlife conflict.

The long-tailed macaque was found lying in a large makeshift cage by a resident of the area, who then contacted wildlife rescue group Animal Concerns Research and Education Society (Acres).

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