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Jane helps release Wounda back into the wild and receives a hug. Video from the Jane Goodall Institute.

A rescued chimpanzee hugs caretaker after being released into the wild.these are real heroes

The earth is large enough for all to share but mankind's heart is not large enough to care. | A.D. Williams

Quote by A. Williams, (Putting a harmless fluorescent stain on elephants ivory tusks could well stop poaching of these magnificent animals).


9 Quotes That Will Change What You Think About Zoos

Zoos are businesses that capitalize on breeding, buying, and selling animals. Their main priority is profit, not animal welfare. Field trips to the zoo should be a thing of the past!

The question is not can they talk, can they reason, but can they suffer? - Jeremy Bentham

14 Quotes Every Animal Advocate Should Know By Heart

The question is not can they talk, can they reason, but can they suffer? - Jeremy Bentham

When it comes to having . . . | Ingrid Newkirk

There can never be too many cute animal videos, which is why we’re bringing you some more right now! Check out five of the most adorable baby farm animal videos below.

"If we kill off the wild, then we are killing a part of our souls." Jane Goodall

15 of National Geographic's most iconic photographs

© MICHAEL NICHOLS / National Geographic Brazzaville Zoo, Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo. Jou Jou, captive chimpanzee reaches out its hand to Dr. Part of Christie’s Boundless: 125 Years of National Geographic Photography

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Jane Goodall - Considered to be the world's foremost expert on chimpanzees, best known for her study of social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees.

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He likes to call this his thinking log

These Amazing Quotes About Animals and Nature Prove Jane Goodall is the Ultimate Green Monster

These Amazing Jane Goodall Quotes Will Inspire You to Fight For Animals and Nature

Watch Wounda the chimpanzee hug Jane Goodall after being released into the wild After being brought back from the brink of death by the Jane Goodall Institute, Wounda the chimpanzee makes a simple gesture of thanks that will melt your heart.