These orphan baby chimpanzees don’t know how to climb, but their rescuers are teaching them how to survive in the wild.
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Taken from episode 1 of Baby Chimp Rescue
Jenny and Jim Desmond are parents to an unusual and very large family – over twenty orphaned baby chimpanzees. Their home in Liberia is rapidly becoming too small for this rambunctious troop of animals, so they’re building a sanctuary in the forest. But before the babies can move out, they need to learn how to live like wild chimps. They need to attend a baby chimp school.
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