Dear animal lovers

Dear Animal Lovers,

It is indeed a hard time for all of us. For some of us more, for others less.

But everyone is suffering just in different ways.

In some countries you HAVE to stay at home and you can just go out to buy food, in other countries the restrictions are not as strict and you can go out and enjoy nature.

Here in amaZOOnico we are lucky to be able to go out, be in nature, surrounded by animals, sounds, smells and most important FRESH AIR.

The video you can find over the google drive link was taken last year, when everything was "normal", no one knew of what was going to happen and everyone was living their life.

We want to share it with you to remind you that there is something "usefull" that we can do right now. Help those who need our help.

Not only humans that are in need right now, as well animals that have always been in need, we just maybe never all realized it and never thought of it. And now in this time of need more and more will realize it and would like to help, to make a small change, which can lead to something big.

Amazoonico right now can't accept/receive any visitors, so we also don't have a lot of increases, which we need for example for food for our animals.

We are really sorry that for the moment it is not possible to visit us, but you can still help us, you can have a look on our website, where you can make a donation or adopt an animal:

We are as well in Teaming, if you would like to support us there, with $1 each month:

Thank you in advance!

We hope that you are doing or will do well! Take all good care of yourselves.

We send you a lot of hope, luck, patience and strengths in those times.

Hugs from the jungle,

Your amaZOOnico-Team

Queridos amantes de los animales,

De hecho, es un momento difícil para todos nosotros. Para algunos de nosotros más, para otros menos.

Pero todos sufren de diferentes maneras.

En algunos países TIENES que quedarte en casa y puedes salir solo a comprar comida, en otros países las restricciones no son tan estrictas y puedes salir y disfrutar de la naturaleza.

Aquí en amaZOOnico tenemos la suerte de poder salir, estar en la naturaleza, rodeados de animales, sonidos, olores y lo más importante AIRE FRESCA.

El video de Google Drive fue tomado el año pasado, cuando todo era "normal", nadie sabía lo que iba a pasar y todos vivían su vida.

Queremos compartirlo con usted para recordarle que hay algo "útil" que podemos hacer en este momento. Ayudar a aquellos que necesitan nuestra ayuda.

No solo los humanos que lo necesitan en este momento, sino también los animales que siempre lo han necesitado, tal vez nunca todos nos dimos cuenta y nunca pensamos en ellos. Y ahora, en este momento de necesidad, más y más se darán cuenta y desearían ayudar, hacer un pequeño cambio, lo que puede conducir a algo grande.

Amazoonico en este momento no puede aceptar / recibir visitantes, por lo que tampoco tenemos muchos ingresos, que necesitamos, por ejemplo, para la alimentación de nuestros animales.

Realmente lamentamos que por el momento no sea posible visitarnos, pero aún pueden ayudarnos, pueden echar un vistazo en nuestra página web, donde pueden hacer una donación o adoptar un animal:

También estamos en Teaming, si desean apoyarnos allí, con $ 1 cada mes:

¡Gracias de antemano!

¡Esperamos que estén o que les vaya bien! Cuídense mucho.

Le enviamos mucha esperanza, suerte, paciencia y fortalezas en esos tiempos.

Abrazos desde la selva,

Tu equipo amaZOOnico

#spidermonkeys #wildlife #conservation #rainforest #napoprovince #ecuador

Rae Heckerman thank you for this amazing video!


sherlock, one of our female spider monkeys is free

Since one week now one of our Spider Monkeys found her way into freedom!

We managed her first step of liberation in collaboration with the University of Ikiam, Dr. Sara Alvarez Solas, one of the professors of the University, The Mohamed Bin Zayed Organisation, Loop Abroad and with help of our staff members Blanka Mallow, Mauricio Guzman (our current vet), Edison Canelos, Javier Canelos and our current researchers Pablo Licuy and Maria Costa Garcia.

Our team of volunteers, the wonderful people that took such good care of her!

As well a big thank you to Montse Mariné Boada and Cenix Callejo, the two people that made the collaboration and work possible!

Her name is Sherlock, she is a female and 3 years old.

Outside we have a free living group of Spider Monkeys, the next weeks and months are very important to see if she can adapt herself to the world outside and form part of the group.