When These Chimpanzees Saw Their Strange-Looking Brother, How They Treated Him Is Eye-Opening

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Keepers were worried about the chimpanzees. They weren’t like the others in the zoo, and that very fact might have a significant impact on their integration. So as the other chimps approached the newcomers, the humans prepared for the worst; it could all end violently, after all. Then, they watched open-mouthed as the introductions began.

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The chimpanzees in question belonged to Twycross Zoo in Atherstone, England. Twycross first opened its gates in 1963, and since then, it has become known for its large selection of primates. The zoo is home to all the great ape species, in fact, and most notably has a big gibbon population.

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However, two unique chimpanzees have ended up as arguably the most famous primates to be hosted at the zoo. They shot to fame, moreover, in 2016 after a video of them was released online, with Jambo and Mongo wowing viewers with their striking looks.

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