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Featured: Kareen from Project Chimps | Photo by: Fred Rubio

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32 Stranded Chimpanzees Need Permanent New Homes

The fates of 32 chimpanzees stranded in the shuttered Wildlife Waystation in the Angeles National Forest depend on raising the funds needed to build permanent new homes at sanctuaries willing to take them, officials said on Tuesday.

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Dozens of Local Chimpanzees Need Help

On World Chimpanzee Day, dozens of local chimpanzees are in desperate need of help. Watch NAPSA Program Director Erika Fleury explain a fundraiser established to rescue these individuals.

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Help Sought to Relocate Chimps Still at Sylmar’s Shuttered Wildlife Waystation

Since the Wildlife Waystation closed in August of 2019 the California Department of Fish & Wildlife has taken over the site and most of the animals have been able the be re-located to new homes. Funding to get homes for the 32 chimpanzees has been difficult.

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