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Season 9 / Episode 11 and airs on 11 December 2016 18:00
"Monkey Life" is a TV series documenting the work of Dr. Alison Cronin, Jeremy Keeling and their team at Monkey World. Monkey Life follows on from ITV Meridian's Monkey Business, based on the work of the largest monkey and ape rescue centre in the world. Nestled in Dorset, United Kingdom, this 65 acres (26 ha) sanctuary grew from a humble derelict pig farm, and is now home to over 250 primates from 21 different species.
The Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre in Dorset welcomes its first saki monkey and the park's vets struggle to fathom what is bothering ring-tailed lemur Houdini.
Jethro battles with thieving squirrel monkeys and orang-utan Hsiao-Quai takes her adopted daughter outside for the first time. Plus, staff suspect a woolly monkey could be pregnant.
Orang-utan Kai struggles to cope without his mother, and Alison responds to an urgent call from the RSPCA. Plus, a fight breaks out in an enclosure.
Squirrel monkey Charlie is introduced to his new family and woolly monkey Enzo meets his `baby sister'. Meanwhile, the marmosets have a surprise in store.
The police are called when neglected marmosets are discovered in poor conditions, and capuchin leader Gorilon is checked over after a fight to see if he needs surgery.
Jeremy's patience is tested by Bryan the chimp's emotional outbursts, and capuchin Marlow catches a trespasser. Marmoset James hopes to be rescued from a pet shop full of predators.
The team heads to Vietnam to release rare pygmy lorises into the wild, and golden-cheeked gibbon Da returns to the forest.
The park-keepers check up on pygmy lorises Son, Sylvia and Talai to find out how they are coping in the wild in Vietnam. Alison meets baby Lala for the first time.
A new marmoset named James joins the monkey rescue centre in Dorset and is introduced to Max. Orang-utan Hsiao-Ning loses a tooth, woolly monkey Bueno's health takes a turn for the worse, and chimpanzee Tutti has an operation.
Marmoset James, who only arrived recently, ends up fighting for his life in the park's hospital, and a decision must be made when orang-utan Hsiao-Ning comes of age in the nursery.
The keepers say a sad goodbye as orang-utan Hsiao-Ning moves to Rostock Zoo in Germany, and Amy's capuchins take up residence in the Lodge.
Orang-utan Hsiao-Ning settles into her new home at Rostock Zoo, but she is a bit too feisty for her suitor Sabas. Plus, the boisterous Bachelor chimps have a playroom party.
Orang-utan Gordon has grown into an attractive mature male but the ladies are struggling to see his inner beauty. Over at the woollies, the new leader is strutting his stuff.
A Siamang gibbon is in danger of losing his mate when she is struck by a mysterious illness, and a squirrel monkey is pushed out by a new arrival.
There is a noisy welcome for spider monkeys Hickory, Flint and Pumpkin, and love is in the air for the flirtatious capuchins. Plus, big girl Oshine shares a giant ice lolly.
Woolly monkey Sara undergoes an emergency Caesarean section. Golden-cheeked gibbon Teo takes his first wobbly steps twenty metres high and Winslow's capuchins go on a treasure hunt.
Alison provides round-the-clock care for a baby monkey that has survived its first day. Plus, the staff help woolly Diego celebrate his birthday.
A bust-up at the lemur enclosure ends in serious injuries for Kaiyah. Siamangs Sam and Sasak are back singing in harmony, but marmosets Rattler and Tya's future is uncertain.
The park bids a sad farewell to woolly monkeys Julio and Diego, but staff are unsure whether they will fall for their new suitors. Plus, the marmosets move into their new residence.
Marmoset Max enjoys peace and harmony, while Baby orang-utan Silvestre makes his mark with nursery boss A-mei. Plus, woolly monkey Bueno Jnr is four weeks old and going strong.
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