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Bruno the Chimpanzee

In 2006, Bruno led an escape from a sanctuary in Sierra Leone. Along with dozens of other chimps, he dissappeared into the forest. The story of Bruno is legendary and keeps drawing Dubliner Paul Glynn back to Sierra Leone. Could he still be alive? (2016)

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