Greystoke chimps go tourist-watching

12 June 2012

The past two days consisted of some pretty intensive but rewarding chimpanzee trekking. Most of our guests had to put in some proper effort to get up close to these Great Apes.

But this morning four fantastic chimpanzees decided we had done enough effort for now. Not only did they come two visit us in Greystoke Camp, they brought with them two of their amazing juveniles.

Hanging out in the Ficus Golomasa tree that is overlooking part of the office, these four chimps sampled the little fruits that it starts bearing now. Curious as these two new borns were, their mothers laid and rested at some of the bigger branches.

Look at these guys! What a perfect glimps into the season that is ahead of us!

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