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In My Family Tree: A Life with Chimpanzees
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Foreword by Jane Goodall Humorous and heartbreaking, full of insight and wonder, IN MY FAMILY TREE tells the uplifting story of one woman's transformation from a grandmother on the brink of retirement to an internationally acclaimed animal welfare activist. Sheila and her husband founded the Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage, a world-renowned animal refuge that has grown to become the largest chimpanzee sanctuary in the world. Over eighty-five injured and unwanted chimps have found a home there, along with dozens of monkeys, baboons, parrots, tortoises and antelope - and one disarmingly domesticated hippopotamus named Billy..
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