Ape Action Africa is a non-profit dedicated to the protection of endangered monkeys, chimps, and gorillas in Africa. It is one of Africa’s largest primate conservation efforts. The majority of the animals are orphans that have been brought in as a result of illicit pet and bushmeat transactions. The caregivers there do routine checks on the 300 inhabitants, and the results are typically routine.
These creatures, on the other hand, don’t forget to surprise the caregivers every now and again. On a beautiful day, a caregiver noticed Bobo, a Western Lowland gorilla, with a new companion. A wild and newborn jungle infant was cradled by the gorilla. The bushbaby didn’t show any fear towards the gorilla and moved around the gorilla’s body.
Before returning to the gorilla, the juvenile animal even spent some time jumping in the open. The caregiver was not surprised by this incidence because Bebo is known for being compassionate, despite the fact that Bobo was the dominant male in his group. He was a gorilla that had battled off other gorillas to gain control of his territory. However, it was noted that he also had a kind side to him.
Bush babies are nocturnal species, thus they are rarely seen during the day. Also, no one has ever seen a wild monkey interact with a rescued ape at the Mefou Sanctuary. Bobo was adamant about not telling his colleagues gorillas about his new friend, even though they were all intrigued. He was determined to have the bush baby all to himself.
The gorilla then returned his newfound pal to nearby trees after spending two hours with him. The bushbaby then vanished into the unknown. Isn’t it incredible to see gorillas that are so kind and caring? Despite the fact that some of us dread them and feel they are frightening, these creatures have had a compassionate side.