Ex-situ Conservation

Ex-situ Conservation Division is responsible to plan, manage, conduct and coordinate wildlife captive breeding programmes of threatened species, commercial breeding, wildlife rescue, wildlife rehabilitation and release of wildlife in captivity. This division is also responsible for providing veterinary services, conducting wildlife research and wildlife DNA analysis for enforcement and prosecution cases. In December 2015, the Ex-situ Conservation Division is officially operated in the National Wildlife Forensic Laboratory building.
  • Wildlife Conservation Centres (WCC) & Wildlife Rescue Centre (WRC)
  • Commercial Captive Breeding
  • Research & Wildlife DNA Forensic
  • Veterinary Services

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