Considering the fact that most of the park was brand new, the veterinarians really weren't too sure as to what they were suppose to expect from each of the animals that came through. More so, they were even more confused as to why the park's owners had already determined that they had an animal who needed to be released out into the wild so early on, especially one that was so low on the red list. Of course, who were they to determine what was better for the park itself, so they would simply do what they were told. Besides, there was really no reason to keep a langur of any type in the area, given the fact that the three canines were already much more popular than he would probably ever be. With this kind of job, they needed to ensure that only the most popular of animals remained.
Naturally, however, it really didn't seem like a great idea... the langur was clearly irritated by the idea of having hands anywhere near him, which meant that they'd have to sed