Saving Orphaned Chimpanzees

A sanctuary in the Democratic Republic of Congo prepares orphaned chimps for release in the wild.

Saving Orphaned Chimpanzees
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Warren Webber
Warren Webber10 months ago

Live long and prosper!

Andrea Jarich
Andrea Jarich2 years ago

Thanks for sharing. Not only is this sanctuary helping chimps, but also providing jobs to the locals. A win win.

Maria Barbosa

thank you

Teresa Wlosowicz
Teresa W.3 years ago

thank you

Kelly Rogers3 years ago

How wonderful I wish all zoos felt that way. I hope they make it in the wild. Good Luck, babies

Vera T.
Vera T.3 years ago

Thank goodness for the wonderful people and organisations who work so hard to protect primates in Africa - a pity we can't spread a rumour that eating their relatives will cause a slow lingering death - it's dreadful how there's so little 'wild' to release them into,but that poachers are still killing them and selling them as pets and bush meat. America and other first world countries have a lot to answer for by not having laws to prevent stupid people keeping them as pets. They are wild animals not pets, and many languish in small cages for life. Good luck to all the rescuers and all those selfless people who give their time and money to helping the slowly dwindling number of primates in the world.

Aimee A.
Aimee A.3 years ago

Thanks for posting!

Florence Eaise
florene Eaise3 years ago

Thanks for sharing i love all animals but primates hold a very special place in my heart

Alicia N.
Alicia N.3 years ago

awww cute chimps, I really love when good people do great things.
Thanks for saving those little ones. Good luck to them and God Bless always.

Danuta Watola
Danuta Watola3 years ago

Thanks for the post.