Today we're celebrating our gorillas. Here's Badongo teaching his son, Indigo, how to fight like a silverback! https://t.co/4avm10pwWQ— Durrell Wildlife (@DurrellWildlife) August 31, 2016
There is always something happening at Durrell Wildlife, and this past week it's been all about the babies!
Durrell has shared a really cute video of Badongo showing Indigo some fighting moves.
The gorillas are part of Henry's adopted family at Durrell, and you can adopt them too at cavillconservation.com.
Coming up on September 17, The Silverback Ball will raise money for the Conservation Trust.
And while Indigo seems ready to take down his dad in a wrestling match, Raymi is taking his time!
Our little Andean bear cub, Raymi, has now been introduced to his dad, Quechua. See how it went... https://t.co/kLYB6AaaUh— Durrell Wildlife (@DurrellWildlife) August 30, 2016
The bear cub was born at Durrell at the beginning of the year, and is just now getting used to his surroundings. There is also an adorable new Aye-aye at the park..
We're absolutely thrilled to announce the first aye-aye birth at Durrell Wildlife Park in 13 years! pic.twitter.com/FpUG2Dfmy9— Durrell Wildlife (@DurrellWildlife) August 23, 2016
Durrell is trying to ensure that generations to come will get to enjoy these beautiful endangered animals. That's why we think it's so important for Henry to win the Celebrity Fundraiser of the Year at the JustGiving Awards.
Image: Bailiwick Express
PLEASE VOTE FOR HIM to spread the word about the charity's work around the world, and to get him recognized for the amazing job he's done as their ambassador.