CHIMPANZEE REHABILITATION PROJECT
A sanctuary for more than 100 chimpanzees on islands in the River Gambia.
The Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project (CRP) was established on the islands in the Gambia River in 1979 for the care and reintroduction of orphaned and unwanted chimpanzees. Wild chimpanzees disappeared from the Gambia in the early 1900’s, but there are now more than 100 chimpanzees living in four separate social groups on three islands. Visit Website.
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Boat expeditions guide you through the river and estuaries where you may have an up-close but safe view of chimpanzees, baboons, red colobus monkeys, hippos, crocodiles, manatees, over 240 species of birds and many other wildlife species.
Support the Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project
When you donate to the Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project through PASA your gift goes directly to caring for chimpanzees in Gambia.
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