Meet Wanga

Wanga

In July of 2007, this little female was dropped in front of the Loango National Park conservationist’s home. Despite losing her family, her home, let alone her freedom, she has managed to remain courageous as reflected by her desire to live. Wanga enjoys laughing and climbing. It is hoped that she will one day return to the forest to give back to her offspring what some humans have taken from her; dignity and freedom.

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