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State moves 8 Wildlife Waystation chimpanzees to sanctuary in Florida
The animals were among nearly 500 wild animals, including 42 chimpanzees, that were left in need of homes when the Wildlife Waystation closed in August 2019.
8 Rescued Chimpanzees Find New Forever Home in Florida Sanctuary
Eight chimpanzees have been rescued and are now acclimating to their new home at Center for Great Apes after a 2,600-mile journey from a closed wildlife refuge where they, along with 33 other chimps, have been biding their time since the refuge’s unexpected closure due to financial hardship.
8 Rescue Chimps Take 2,600-Mile Trip to Reach the Safety of Their New Florida Sanctuary Home
The Chimpanzees in Need campaign, supported by Dr. Jane Goodall, is working to find homes for all of the chimpanzees residing at the now-closed Wildlife Waystation in Los Angeles
Down to Earth: The Extinction Crisis –The Lucky 6
In the latest episode of Down to Earth: The Extinction Crisis, NBC 7’s Dagmar Midcap documents the life and relocation of six chimpanzees dubbed, “The Lucky 6.”
Chimp Sanctuaries Restrict Visits Over Concerns About the Coronavirus
Chimpanzee sanctuaries are restricting human interactions with chimps to prevent passing a human coronavirus infection to the animals. Erika Fleury, program director at the North American Primate Sanctuary Alliance, said the sanctuaries in her organization, which all set their own policies, are “increasing precautions in order to not only protect the primates in their care, but also all the humans working at the organization.”
Retired Lab Chimps Experience New Life at Project Chimps Sanctuary
A Georgia sanctuary for chimps, called Project Chimps, have recently welcomed a group of nine retired lab chimpanzees into their new home.
Endangered Chimps Retire from Medical Research and Get Fancy New Home
A group of nine female chimpanzees just took a 16-hour road trip of a lifetime.