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18 Years After Saving Chimp Their Eyes Meet Again — Ignoring All Warnings, She Walks Too Close

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18 years ago, Linda Koebner helped two laboratory chimps transition from a life behind bars back to having a normal and happy life.

The two chimps, Doll and Swing had not seen Linda since the day she helped to transform their lives. When they are reunited for the first time, it’s hard not to shed a tear, it’s a truly magical and emotional moment.

Linda still works with chimps like Doll and Swing and made it her mission to give others a better life since saving them all those years ago and said:

It’s important for all of us as a species to realize that all animals are individuals and they have feelings and thoughts and they suffer the pain and the joy that we do…”

 

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