In this photo a baby chimp is seen taking its first steps away from its mother. Photographer Konrad Wothe captured the chimp's first brave steps towards his camera in Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania, Africa. (Konrad Wothe/Minden Pictures/Solent News)

In this photo a baby chimp is seen taking its first steps away from its mother. Photographer Konrad Wothe captured the chimp's first brave steps towards his camera in Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania, Africa. (Konrad Wothe/Minden Pictures/Solent News)

Monkey self-portrait! // "Shutter-happy monkey turns photographer - in pictures"  The Guardian, July 5, 2011

Monkey self-portrait! // "Shutter-happy monkey turns photographer - in pictures" The Guardian, July 5, 2011

Maternal instinct: A two-year-old chimpanzee called Do Do feeds milk to Aorn, a two-month-old tiger cub

Maternal instinct: A two-year-old chimpanzee called Do Do feeds milk to Aorn, a two-month-old tiger cub

Because the government is tearing down the forest animals don't have a place to live. They would die because they could get killed by other animals or they have no food to eat.

Because the government is tearing down the forest animals don't have a place to live. They would die because they could get killed by other animals or they have no food to eat.

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