Tchimpounga’s Youngest Chimpanzees, Falero- Help the Jane Goodall Institute

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It has been just over a week since Animal Planet’s ROAR Campaign began, and supporters like you have already helped us earn a guaranteed $15,000 to be used for the care of orphaned chimpanzees at our Tchimpounga sanctuary.
It’s a great start, but we can do even better for these chimpanzees. There is still $20,000 in bonus prize money up for grabs, but only if you act now!
Help JGI win $20,000 by ….
To show you why it is so important to help JGI win these bonus funds, we’d like to tell you a little bit about one of Tchimpounga’s youngest chimpanzees, Falero.
Falero, Tchimpounga’s Newest Arrival
Falero is the most recent arrival to JGI’s Tchimpounga sanctuary, and we are so thankful that we were able to find him.
Like most infant chimpanzees who fall victim to poachers, Falero was weak, scared, and severely traumatized after being taken from his mother at an age when he normally would have spent every second in her company.
But unlike many chimpanzee orphans, Falero survived.
When Falero came to Tchimpounga, his sweet, calm personality was evident even though he had been through a horrific ordeal. Once his quarantine period ended, it was important that Falero be allocated a chimpanzee caregiver, a mother figure who could comfort him and show him chimpanzee ways.
JGI introduced Falero to an older female chimpanzee named Lounama. The two chimpanzees bonded quickly, and are now inseparable! As a surrogate mother, Lounama is showing herself to be kind, patient, and caring. Falero is growing bigger and braver every day, and remains a playful young chimpanzee.
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