Well-Established Enclosure

Nothing is more appealing and enriching captive chimpanzees' life than a well-established enclosure aiming to resemble wild habitat. We believe that chimpanzees' life in captivity begins when we, human caretakers readily provide the most elementary needs to our closest relative, such as to live in social groups where they can interact freely with each other: they can touch, smell, and laugh even fight as they would in the wild while also free to enjoy the benefits of sun, earth, lush vegetation and water.