SINGAPORE - The Animal Concerns Research and Education Society (Acres) found the injured animal with a shattered pelvis at Macritchie reservoir in August. It was operated on and rehabilitated over six weeks before being released back into the forested area around the reservoir.
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Yesterday, Acres announced that Mia would be released into the wild via its Facebook page.
A status update read:
"Mia's recovery and rehabilitation is going fantastically!
"She is getting stronger and more confident by the day and we are looking forward to being able to release her back in to the wild very soon."