This Rescued Chimpanzee Is Released Back Into the Wild. Her Emotional “Good Bye” Is So Touching!!!

Animals, unlike people, remember the good deeds forever. The greatest chimpanzee expert, Dr. Jane Goodall presents us the story of Wounda, one of the 160 chimpanzees living at the Jane Goodall Institute’s Rehabilitation Center in the Republic of Congo. Wounda nearly died because of a variety of diseases. It hurts to look at her pictures before the rescue. Overcoming the illness this chimpanzee is being relocated to one of three paradise islands that are part of the newly expanded sanctuary. Wounda’s sweetest “Good Bye” will never be forgotten. No words can describe this incredibly pure moment. Jane Goodall has a great plan of relocating other chimpanzees in that paradise. You can help her goal by making a donation on the link below. Please, LIKE and SHARE.


Dr. Jane Goodall is a remarkable English primatologist, ethologist, anthropologist, and UN Messenger of Peace. Angelina Jolie, herself, finds inspiration in this woman’s life and work. Dr. Goodall dedicated her life to studying chimpanzees, nature, fighting for animal rights, helping understand and preserve Earth for the next generations and promoting peace with our planet and with each other. Jane spent 55 years studying social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees in Tanzania. Goodall is the former president of Advocates for Animals, an organisation based in Edinburgh, Scotland, that stands against the use of animals in medical research, zoos, farming and sport. This woman has been awarded multiple awards from different countries, including 5 Honorary doctorate degree from various universities. She was named a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in a ceremony held in Buckingham Palace in 2004. Goodall is honoured by The Walt Disney Company with a plaque on the Tree of Life at Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom theme park. She is also a member of the advisory board of BBC Wildlife magazine and a patron of Population Matters. This woman is a living legend. Her name will go down in history.

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http://www.janegoodall.org/

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