A Girl Tries To Pet Wild Gorilla


The Aspinall Foundation conducts serious work over reintroduction of captive gorillas back into the wild. Among such reacues were two western lowland gorillas born at Howletts Wild Animal Park in Kent. Their names are Djalta and Bimms. They were released in the forest of West Africa and 12 years later conservationist Damian Aspinall, and his daughter Tansy Aspinall decided to find them. When they released them, Tansy was 12 years old. They have not seen her for 12 years and still recognized her. They were loving and welcoming, happy to see their favorite humans again. Their tenderness was so surprising!
They did not want her to leave. And next day they came to the edge of the river to see their old friend.