‘Thanks For Everything’: The Touching Moment A Chimp Who Was Nursed Back To Health Hugs Jane Goodall Before Being Released Into the Wild

Posted by on February 13, 2014 in Animals and Pets, Conscious Living, Inspirational with 1 Comment

Source: MailOnline

Wounda hugs her caregiver and rescuer Dr. Jane Goodall on an island in the Congo just before being released into the wild.

Wounda hugs her caregiver and rescuer Dr. Jane Goodall on an island in the Congo just before being released into the wild.

A chimp named Wounda, one of the more than 160 chimpanzees living at the Jane Goodall Institute in the Republic of Congo, overcame illness and regained her strength.    Now she has been relocated to Tchindzoulou Island.   Dr. Jane Goodall was on hand to witness Wounda’s emotional release and received an affectionate hug.

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  1. trin@openhandweb.org' Trinity says:

    She’s such an angel!

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