Lola Ya Bonobo: The Videos You Need to See

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Lola Ya Bonobo is the only sanctuary in the world for orphaned baby bonobos. Without a surrogate, baby bonobos won’t eat or survive. The sanctuary is located in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In 2012, the sanctuary was home to 60 bonobos who lived in 30 hectares of forest. You can learn more about the sanctuary, including how to donate and adopt a bonobo, through its website here.

An introduction to bonobos at Lola ya BonoboWatch this great introduction to bonobos, filmed at Lola ya Bonobo in Congo!2015-02-24T04:20:20.000Z

Here are some of the things you might see if you spent a day at the sanctuary:

Lola ya BonoboSpend a day with the 60 orphans at the world's only bonobo sanctuary – sponsor a bonobo! friendsofbonobos.org2009-11-22T23:41:50.000Z

And some facts you might not know about cute bonobos:

Things You Probably Didn't Know About Cute BonobosResearch at Lola ya Bonobo discovers that bonobos love strangers2015-01-27T22:11:23.000Z

In this video, the person visited the sanctuary and made a montage of their favorite clips:

Lola ya BonoboI couldn't decide which videos to upload from my recent trip to Lola ya Bonobo ("Paradise of the Bonobos"), so I made one montage. Please consider making a donation to help these guys out at Enjoy, act, save!2015-07-27T22:33:48.000Z

See photos from the sanctuary here:

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