Discover the moving gesture of thanks from a chimp released by primatologist Jane Goodall. The chimpanzee named Wounda, was found in a very bad condition by the team of Jane Goodall. After treatment, the monkey was released in the wild on the island of Tchindzoulou Democratic Republic of Congo.
When the animal was released, it was a very moving gesture to thank his benefactress, the chimpanzee hugged Jane Goodall who for sure hugged him back. Jane Goodall has been saving chimpanzees for more than 50 years and created the Jane Goodall Institute, which helps them recover to go back to their natural environment.