Chimpanzee

Chimpanzee
Chimpanzee

Year

2012

Duration

78 minutes

Genres

Documentary

Language

English

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Synopsis

In Africa's Ivory Coast, a baby chimpanzee loses his parents when his community is attacked by a rival group. The orphan — named Oscar by his hidden human observers — finds himself helpless in the harsh jungle. He tries to look after himself but finds survival difficult. That is, until he is adopted by his own community's grouchy-looking leader, who turns out to have a kind heart. This documentary, which is built around a poignant but amusing story, continues the Disney studio's tradition of producing nature films.

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Contains mild wildlife threat.

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