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... order before allowing him to return to the troop. Then the hierarchy will keep him in check. The females have birth control implants to stop overbreeding and overcrowding. One of the young chimps removed hers and consequently became pregnant. Unfortunately this caused so much jealousy that the keepers had to rescue the baby before it was killed! So they are hand rearing it until is is big enough to rejoin the troop. Great ...
... things I have taken for granted when really they are huge blessings in my life. There are things and people I have that make me happy and I don't need more things or material possessions to do that for me. Later that afternoon/evening we went to clean the church building. I was thinking we would be picking up trash. But no. It had to be a brand new experience! So there are no sidewalks here. Everyone walks through dirt and mud to get to church and they have tile ...
... planning their return already! There was just about enough time to shower and change back at the hostel before everyone had to be on their way. There were more hugs from myself (Hayley), Beth and Paul as we said goodbye to everyone. It is amazing how foreign every felt at church on Sunday....which now feels like a lifetime ago. Now everyone has acclimatised and got stuck into the way of life here. What an incredible group......webale ...
... t even make him out! Jill had had some of our own printed and gave them to Paul to pass on late last year. He pulled it out of his wallet and said thank you....he carries it everywhere with him. After the single shots, we did a few group shots with the selfie stick....which Philip of course joined in on. Once we were done, we were then shown the water trick by staff. So basically there were 3 bowls, one on the Northern Hemisphere, one on the South, and ...
... as the front part of her chest wall is removed, exposing her innards. The tech skillfully removes the tongue to the duodenum, extracting all the organs in one piece. The liver, spleen, heart and kidneys are sliced like bread, a few small pieces slid into canisters for histopathology. When cut open, the stomach oozes with yellow mushy content. I gag and swallow hard. Her last meal…matoke for sure. An almost sweet aroma fills the room. Classic ...