Last month we brought you the news that the 3 rhinos from Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, Monduli, Grumeti and Zawadi, were continuing to thrive in their new home in Tanzania.
In the past week we have witnessed the first confrontation between Oudiki and Tonga, as their groups finally met on the banks of the Mpassa river.
We are pleased to report that the gorillas are continuing to do well and that there have been a couple of exciting developments on Gorilla Island.
The three rhinos from Port Lympne (Monduli, Grumeti and Zawadi) are continuing to thrive here in Mkomazi, Tanzania.
Thanks to expert assistance from DHL, all the gorillas arrived in Gabon safely and went straight into the forest to explore.
All three Port Lympne rhinos (Monduli, Grumeti and Zawadi) are in very good condition, having benefitted from good rains and the subsequent nutritious vegetation.
My name is Sharon and I am one of the gorilla keepers at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park.
Last year we undertook a very special request to transport th
Hello everyone, my name is Ian and I am the veterinary surgeon who will be escorting Djala and his family to Gabon, alongside a couple of their current keepers from Port Lympne Wild Animal Park.
I’m Phil Ridges, Head of Gorilla Section at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park. I’ve been working with gorillas now for 25 years and this reintroduction of Djala’s family from Por