MEET GEORGE (Tchimpounga)

The story of illegal wildlife trafficking is a sad one.

But thanks to the support of caring people like you from around the globe, there are safe havens for abused and trafficked wildlife. The Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Center, run by the Jane Goodall Institute, is a shining example of hope for endangered chimpanzees. Rescued chimpanzees are rehabilitated and settled in the sanctuary so that each individual has a second chance at a life that is as natural and fulfilling for a chimpanzee as possible.

Learn more about a very special rescued chimp named George who is now cared for at JGI’s Tchimpounga sanctuary in the Republic of Congo.

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