A monkey sanctuary in Cornwall is calling for help after being badly damaged by the recent floods.
The centre in Looe has been caring for sick and injured monkeys for the last 50 years.
Staff have set up an emergency appeal following a slump in visitors and thousands of pounds worth of damage due to heavy rain.
Francesca Carpenter reports:
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