Hugh Bollinger / Tuesday, July 26, 2011 / Categories: Uncategorized Curious George, rescued Most stories emerging from the Congo, Rwanda, and elsewhere in central Africa range from the sad to the dreadful. It is rare to hear of one that shows that compassion in such desperately poor and war torn regions particularly when it includes the animal neighbors that also live in these regions. A group of young mountain gorillas was recused from wildlife poachers who would have sold them as exotic pets or, worse, into the bush meat trade. This short video about their rescue should be celebrated: Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Curious George needs our constant support wherever he lives. WHB Previous Article Cabbage-on-a-stick Next Article Tim DeChristopher sentenced Print 17 Rate this article: No rating Tags: African wildlife wildlife conservation Congo Curious George mountain gorillas Rwanda wildlife trafficing Related articles Madagascar Wildlife Threats Monarch Butterflies & the Citizen Scientist Rainforest Hero World Oceans Day The penguin lady Please login or register to post comments.