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ໂພສຕ໌ໂຕນີ້ຍັງມີຢູ່ໃນອີກດ້ວຍ: laLao

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ໂພສຕ໌ໂຕນີ້ຍັງມີຢູ່ໃນອີກດ້ວຍ: laLao

It is not always good for the animals to see exowners. When we receive expets here at LCTW they usually come in with many mental issues due to their captivity. We use all of our resources to try and reverse these effects, encourage them to behave naturally and integrate them into natural social groupings. Seeing exowners can reverse the hard work we have done to get the animal behaving naturally. Also, the animal may be integrated into our Rescue, Rehabilitate and Release programme, here we keep all human contact to the bare minimum to aid in their rehabilitation. Exowners are always welcome to come and visit as a guest, but for these reasons above we cannot provide one on one interactions with their expet.

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ໂພສຕ໌ໂຕນີ້ຍັງມີຢູ່ໃນອີກດ້ວຍ: laLao

Unfortunately, due to our limited resources, we are not in a position to take in any domesticated animals. Our funds are dedicated to wildlife in need.

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ໂພສຕ໌ໂຕນີ້ຍັງມີຢູ່ໃນອີກດ້ວຍ: laLao

Although we do not breed animals at LCTW as we need the space for our rescued wildlife, we do take in orphaned infant animals through our rescue programme occasionally. This excludes the breeding of species which are part of breed and release programmes, in collaboration with global conservation projects.

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ໂພສຕ໌ໂຕນີ້ຍັງມີຢູ່ໃນອີກດ້ວຍ: laLao

There are. We currently hold many Endangered and Critically Endangered species. Some of these animals are part of our conservation and release programmes, some of them come from the unfortunate illegal wildlife trade. An example of one of our Critically Endangered species is our Siamese Crocodiles (Crocodylus siamensis).

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ໂພສຕ໌ໂຕນີ້ຍັງມີຢູ່ໃນອີກດ້ວຍ: laLao

Yes, you can. You can see some of the work LCTW has done if you visit the Lao Zoo. We will be introducing Day Tours specifically for the LCTW, in the near future.

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ໂພສຕ໌ໂຕນີ້ຍັງມີຢູ່ໃນອີກດ້ວຍ: laLao

Currently, we have around 500 animals. This is an ever increasing number.

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