I found an incredible place that I wanted to tell y'all about called Animal Tracks, Inc. It's a sanctuary for rare and exotic animals that can't be returned to the wild.
You can visit Animal Tracks, Inc. in Southern California and meet some of their amazing residents. I don't mean to brag, but a monkey drew me a picture. Seriously.
You can also check out their website to learn more, make a donation, or become a sponsor. Their goal is to provide a sanctuary for these abused and misplaced animals, and to educate people about how we can help animals both in the wild and in captivity. I'm glad that there are organizations like this out there. You can learn a lot from a monkey.
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