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Getting To Know Them Better

Hannah was born at a breeder’s compound in Missouri and spent her early years appearing at birthday parties.  Joined by the younger males Kenzy and Bentley, Hannah  spent years traveling and  working for a chimp trainer living in Missouri and Nevada. When he could not find work for them, he sold the trio to a private owner in Florida.  As they grew, their most recent owner decided the chimpanzees needed to be at a sanctuary where they could receive dedicated care and be integrated into a group of chimpanzees with larger the  outdoor spaces that CGA could offer them.

Hannah is the smallest female chimpanzee at the sanctuary, but what she lacks in size she makes up for in attitude! She is a sassy young female who enjoys spending time with her best friend Murray and the rest of her group: Mickey, Daisy, Chloe and Kodua. She has taken the role of dominant female chimp in that group.  Hannah also is independent and doesn’t mind spending time alone.

She loves participating in husbandry training and some of her favorite food items are prunes, leafy greens, apples and juice boxes.

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Birthday

07/27/2000

Interesting Facts

  • Hannah arrived at the Center for Great Apes in 2018, and she has a sister at the sanctuary who arrived in 2005… Natsu!
  • Her caregivers describe her as strong-willed, sassy, and petite.

ADOPT AN APE

It costs $22,000 a year to care for one of our apes. By symbolically adopting the ape of your choice for a one-time donation of $300 OR just $25 a month for one year, you are helping ensure the health, safety, and well-being of your orangutan or chimpanzee.

Can't Adopt?

In addition to cash donations, the Center for Great Apes is always in need of food, enrichment items, and supplies. We welcome gifts of all kinds.

Wishlist

Want to know what we need? We have a list of things we would like to have.

Center for Orangutan and Chimpanzee Conservation, Inc. dba Center for Great Apes is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, FEID 65-0444725.

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