Whoop-Whoop’s life was terrifying, then perilous, before he arrived at IPPL in 2007. He was used for research at a notorious primate lab and then spent four years at a sanctuary. Indoor conditions were so poor that many gibbons chose to stay outside at night – enduring cold weather and the danger of frostbite. Whoop-Whoop’s life changed when he arrived at IPPL in 2007 with a small green toy.

Whoop-Whoop’s gibbon house is in need of a major renovation. We also want to do some maintenance on other gibbon houses. PLEASE help us make this happen by making a generous DONATION today!