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P&G B002 Durrell:Saving Primates

P&G B002 Durrell: Saving Primates

Date of issue

13 February 2019

Designer

Andrew Beckett

Sheet

Coils

Size

25mm x 56mm

Process

Digital

Denominations

Six weight step tariffs

Price ex tax

for all items included in the Issue Collection
£0.00

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Jersey Zoo is the headquarters of the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust which focuses on the preservation of endangered species and the recovery of degraded habitat across the world. Since it was founded in 1959 by world renowned naturalist Gerald Durrell, the Trust have used their knowledge of species management to save threatened species and now, through their work in the wild and at the zoo, focus on reconnecting people with nature to ensure the safeguarding and restoration of the natural world. Among many other species, Jersey Zoo is home to over a dozen primates, six of them feature on Post & Go stamps that will be overprinted with postage on demand:

Emperor tamarin -Saguinus imperator
White-handed gibbon - Hylobates lar
Red-ruffed lemur - Varecia rubra
Sulawesi crested black macaque - Macaca nigra
Black lion tamarin - Leontopithecus chrysopygus
Red-fronted brown lemur - Eulemur rufus

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