Gorillas reunited with their carers

More than a decade after their return to the jungle, two western lowland gorillas named Djalta and Bimms are reunited with the father and daughter who raised them.

British conservationist, Damian Aspinall and his daughter Tansy Aspinall cared for Djalta and Bimms, who were born in captivity at Howletts Wild Animal Park in Kent. In 2003, the gorillas were released into the African forest of Gabon to live.

Upon meeting years later, the humans were instantly recognised by the gorillas and greeted with love and playful attention. This video is a testament to the unbreakable bond between animals and humans.

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