Lola ya Bonobo is 75 acres of primary, tropical forest. We have over 60 bonobos, which is the largest captive population of bonobos in the world. When the bonobos are ready, we introduce them into a larger group of juveniles and adult bonobos, who become their new family. Besides providing lifetime care for our bonobos, we also run award winning education programs. Over 30,000 people visit the sanctuary each year, and most of these visitors are Congolese school children. They are the future decision makers, and if anyone can save bonobos, it will be them.
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