Publié le 30 Août 2014

IDA-Africa's Sanaga-Yong Chimpanzee Rescue Center is fundraising to build a forested enclosure for orphan baby Nyanga and her future adopted social group.

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Publié le 28 Août 2014

Throw Back Thursday 2005 "The commercial bushmeat trade is an international multibillion dollar black market that buys and sells meat from the forests, much of which derives from endangered and protected species." U.S. Ambassador Makes Chimpanzee Protection...

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Publié le 17 Août 2014

We just saw 12-year-old Foe swinging a stick like a machete to clear the grass from a nice shady sitting spot at the edge of the forest in his enclosure. He was imitating the way his caregivers use their machetes to clear grass along the fence lines....

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Publié le 14 Août 2014

Over the last few months, nine-year-old Sambe, along with his pal Baati, has been integrated successfully with an existing social group of four chimpanzees. Because the group includes adult males Amigo and Tati, there was a danger of too much conflict...

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Publié le 12 Août 2014

Posted: Print Article Okay, fine -- elephants aren't people. But they're like people in a lot of ways, and on World Elephant Day, that counts for something. And yet around 35,000 of these pachyderms

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Publié le 6 Août 2014

This summer Kenza was successfully integrated from the nursery into Ballas’ group. All the “boys” were elated to have a new young female added to their group and Aaron and Boumba immediately began gently vying for her attention. Several of the adolescent...

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Publié le 4 Août 2014

Grieving the loss of Mika and Moon will take a long time but what helps each day is seeing the other 70 chimps living happy, natural lives. Nyanga and Carla, our two youngest chimps are “best buds” and always hit the forest trail in tandem. Sharing hugs...

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