Wild animal rehab is a family business for a Russian couple
A Russian couple says they’re mum and dad to scores of wild animals they look after in a refuge they’ve built on their farm.
The private Phoenix Centre in Central Russia receives injured wild animals from all across the country. What started as a school zoo corner with an owl today is a well-known shelter for wolves, elks, foxes, birds and even a bear. Now the wild ranks are to be joined by dozens of endangered monkeys, seized by Russian border police. How will the Phoenix open its doors to the newcomers so they can join the family? You can help them.