Give Orphaned Chimpanzees More Room To Roam!

by Jane Goodall Institute
Jan 23, 2014

Wounda's Amazing Journey

Incredible Wounda
Incredible Wounda

The chimpanzee Wounda came to the Tchimpounga Sanctuary malnourished, sick, and afraid. But thanks to the expert care provided at Tchimpounga, and generous donors like you, Wounda overcame significant adversity and illness and was recently relocated to Tchindzoulou Island, one of three islands that are part of the newly expanded sanctuary. Dr. Jane Goodall was on hand to witness Wounda's emotional release, and now you can too.

On Tchindzoulou Island, Wounda will be able to climb trees, forage for food, and play with her chimpanzee friends that have already made the island their new home.

To watch the amazing video of Wounda's release onto Tchindzoulou Island, please click on the link below. 



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Organization Information

Jane Goodall Institute

Location: Vienna, Virginia - USA
Project Leader:
Brittany Cohen-Brown
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