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In pictures: Orphan chimps at the Tchimpounga Sanctuary

The Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Centre in Congo is the largest chimp sanctuary in the world, and is accustomed to dealing with infant apes in terrible circumstances

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Tiny orphan chimpanzee gets a bath at the Tchimpounga Sanctuary.

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Singa, the last arrival at the sanctuary

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Chimp sanctuary in Congo

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Kauka at the chimp sanctuary

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Chimp sanctuary in Congo

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