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BREAKING: A Grauer's gorilla infant was confiscated from poachers by the ICCN in DRC this week. The orphan, named Kalonge, is now safe and secure with experienced ICCN caregivers and under the vigilant medical care of the Gorilla Doctors at the Senkwekwe Center. More details to come soon.
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With orphan season just around the corner, the next big primate release date set for January AND the arrival of Simba imminent, Lilongwe Wildlife Centre needs you!  Born Free volunteers coming between 3rd December and 3rd February will get a 25% discount too, so if you want to make a difference to Malawian wildlife then email lilongwewildlife@gmail.com to find out more and make sure you mention you are a Born Free supporter.
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Travel along on Dr. Jane Goodall’s journey from England to Africa in Tour Builder (http://goo.gl/ucG4xt). You’ll meet Gaia, Glitter and Gremlin, some of the endangered chimpanzees who live in Tanzania’s Gombe National Park where Dr. Goodall began her chimpanzee behavioral research more than 50 years ago. Follow the compelling saga of the “G Family” throughout the generations and learn how +the Jane Goodall Institute is using research data from Gombe and the latest high-tech tools to protect chimpanzees across Africa. Take the tour: http://goo.gl/ucG4xt
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Dr Jane Goodall has committed her life to raising the profile of chimpanzees and other ape species. Her popularity across generations is something technology giant Google wanted to capture and use for the good of conservation. We talked to Dr Goodall about her life and her thoughts of whether there is hope for great apes in the future. — with Dr. Jane Goodall at Jacksonhole Wyoming.
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