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Episode 6 - Chimp breeding & Brush-tailed Rock Wallabies

It’s the last episode of Wild Life at the Zoo, from plans to produce chimpanzee offspring to visiting a colony of Brush-tailed Rock Wallabies, this episode reveals the emotional highs and lows of a life dedicated to caring for wildlife.

Tchimpounga, Republic of Congo

Tchimpounga Nature Reserve is situated on a coastal plain of dry open savannahs, densely forested gorges, flood plains, mangrove swamps, and Africa’s most endangered ecosystem type, the coastal Mayombe forest, of which only approximately 10% remains.

Chimpanzee Breeding Program

This famous primate is threatened by habitat loss in west and central Africa, but also by the pet and bush meat trades, which is why Taronga supports a Ugandan chimp sanctuary.