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Limbe Wildlife Center

Limbe Wildlife Centre, a rescue, rehabilitation, and reintroduction/release project, was founded in 1993 as a collaborative effort between the Government of Cameroon and Pandrillus Foundation. By providing a long-term solution for confiscated wildlife and working with the local and international community, the project aims to secure the survival of the endangered species of Cameroon.


EMERGENCY APPEAL – FOOD CRISIS

We are in an emergency situation and need YOUR help to be able to purchase food for 300+ animals under our care.
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School Outreach Begins

Recently, we began the 15th year of our school outreach program, teaching conservation education in Cameroon.
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Korup National Park Release

In June, we released 49 animals back into their natural habitats in Korup National Park.
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Latest Rescues
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Manyi & Tanyi

Manyi & Tanyi, two 4-month old putty-nosed guenons, arrived on 26 September after being orphaned by hunters for the bushmeat trade.
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Madame

Madame, a 4-year old female chimpanzee arrived on 1 October after being orphaned by the bushmeat trade when she was 1 year old.
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Isongo

Isongo, an Olive Ridley Sea Turtle, was rescued after being confiscated at the Limbe Gendarmery. He was released back into his natural habitat.
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Edea

Edea was rescued after being captured by a hunter and arrived in very poor condition on 28 August.
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