UNFORGETTABLE: Chimp Thanks its Rescuer with a Heart-Melting Hug

Jane Goodall releases chimpanzee into the wild with a heartwarming hug.

Wounda, the fifteenth chimp to be released by the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada, was formerly sick to the point of near death.  Wounda means “close to die.”

Jane, 79, hopes that all 60 chimps will be allowed to live freely in the wild by her 80th birthday.

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