Jeremy and Amy: The Extraordinary True Story of One Man and His Orang-Utan
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BBC and Sky scramble to make on-air apologies for broadcasting Dominic Cummings' expletive-filled Covid inquiry appearance uncensored (but furious viewers blast them for saying sorry while ex-No10 aide gave evidence) Milo Ventimiglia, 46, and Jarah Mariano, 35, are the picture of marital bliss in Los Angeles... after secretly tying the knot earlier this year I don’t know what the future is for orang-utans, but I am glad there are people working hard to help them. If I have done my bit, I am happy.
I had fractured my skull in three places and there was a fragmented area above my right ear. A later Alex Scott and 'girlfriend' Jess Glynne wow in sexy Halloween costumes as they hold hands at Haunted House bash before leaving together in a cab Sir Bobby Charlton's cause of death is revealed after World Cup winning football legend died aged 86What remains is what Jim built and the mission to continue. The individual apes and monkeys that are here are what is important and the mission to rescue more and more to end the exploitation and smuggling." Cronin started his work with primates through working as a zoo keeper in various zoos. In 1980 he came to Britain where he acquired a job as a zoo keeper at John Aspinall's zoo at Howletts, where he perfected his skills of primate rehabilitation and care. John Aspinall had set up a breeding programme for gorillas which were an endangered species. Cronin's passion for working with primates made him quite successful in his career and encouraged him to have an ambition of one day building a safe haven for mistreated primates. During his years working at John Aspinall's Zoo, he gave himself the necessary experience of dealing with apes on a daily basis in his career path of working with them as well as small monkeys and their complex life necessities. UK | England | Dorset | Monkey World boss Jim Cronin dies". BBC News. 20 March 2007 . Retrieved 26 March 2013.
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Bornean Orangutan named Amy, who had been hand-reared by Keeling. Amy was later paired with a male orangutan named Banghi, who was given to Monkey World on loan from Chester Zoo. In 1997, Amy and Banghi had a son together named Gordon before Banghi died in 1998.