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Learn About The Beauty Of Indonesian Primates At The Botanic Gardens On 24 Feb

This 24 February 2018, come listen and learn about the world of Wonderful Indonesian Primates at Singapore Botanic Gardens from three primate experts who have done extensive work in primate conservation in Indonesia.

In the third instalment of the JGIS (Jane Goodall Institute Singapore) lectures, you’ll get to enjoy talks by Leif Cocks (The Orangutan Project), Arif Setiawan (SwaraOwa Coffee and Primate Conservation Project) and Hélène Birot and Ella Brown (The Little Fireface Project).

The speakers will talk about the orangutan, the gibbon and the slow loris, in hopes of creating awareness and developing an understanding of the plight that these wonderful Indonesian primates face.

Head on down to enjoy this educational and inspiring session, and it might just make you want to do your bit to contribute to the conservation of Mother Nature and her amazing creatures.

Date & Time: 24 February 2018, 1.30pm – 4.30pm

Prices: Free Entry

Wonderful Indonesian Primates: 1 Cluny Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Function Hall, Level 1 Botany Centre (Tanglin Gate entrance), Singapore 259569 | Website | Facebook

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