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Touching footage of chimpanzee thanking rescuers for saving her life before being released into the wild

2014-02-13 14:38
Kinshasha – The Jane Goodall Institute's Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Center saved Wounda from near death when they first rescued her. 

The chimpanzee, whose name means "close to dying" in Congolese, was taken in by the center and nursed back to health.

When she was finally released into the wild, she didn’t go before first thanking her rescuers for saving her life.

Watch the touching video here: 

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