Saturday, March 7, 2015

Animals remember human kindness

A British conservationist raised a pair of Western lowland gorillas at Howlett's Wild Animal Park near Canterbury, Kent, England. Eleven years ago, when they were mature enough, Damian Aspinall released them into the wild of Gabon, West Africa. Recently he and his daughter Tansy returned to Gabon, hoping to find the pair. Tansy was just a small child when she last played with the animals. Would the gorillas remember their baby-names and if so, would they recognize Damian and Tansy, who is now a young adult?

The picture above is a spoiler, and the video linked here in blue will touch your heart.

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