Kate on Conservation

Finding the Go-Go-Gorillas

Kate on Conservation and Go Go Gorilla Jungle Jenny - Norwich

Happy New Year to all my readers, I hope you all had a lovely Christmas. This December I went back to Norfolk to spend Christmas with my family, and hunted down the Go Go Gorillas that I mentioned in my earlier blog.

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I was happy to learn that, despite the research I did for my last blog post about them, my earlier beliefs that they were not part of a Born Free Foundation initiative turned out to be incorrect. When I tracked them down I found that Born Free is one of the partnership charities supporting them.

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The art work on them is looking great, my favourite designs so far out of the ones I’ve seen are the one whose design features scenes of Norwich (I’m a little biased) and the rainforest one, which features images of other animals such as a tiger and a jaguar set amongst bright foliage. As a Queen fan, I rather like the Freddie Mercury gorilla too.

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I can’t wait to see them when they are all finished and stationed across Norwich raising awareness for the Born Free Foundation. Watch this space.

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