At Chimp Eden, Eugene is waiting for the results of blood tests on the 2 young chimps that he's been forced to leave in Angola. But life at the sanctuary is not running smoothly either. Sally is proving tough to integrate with the other chimps.
Eugene takes his life in his hands to go into Chimp Eden's kindergarten, which is where all the baby chimps are placed in the custody of 43-yr old Jao. He acts like a grandfather to the babies but is potentially dangerous when Eugene enters the enclosure.
Rescued from a decade spent in tiny cages in Angola, Mimi, Lika and Gida are about to taste freedom for the first time. And, Eugene soon enjoys the fruits of his efforts as the girls will have open spaces, sunshine and trees to climb.
It's a trial by fire for Jinga as she joins a group of 3 big males and 3 females. After some abuse by the males, Jinga manages to escape twice and Eugene must ask himself: Does he try again or accept that Jinga may never be integrated into the group?
Back in Sudan at the safe house, Eugene is given a warm welcome by the seven baby chimps and receives the good news that his plane is arriving the next day. But this means Eugene must finally decide which of the seven babies he must leave behind.
It's an important day at Chimp Eden. The five baby chimps that Eugene recently rescued from the Sudan have completed their time in quarantine and are ready to join the other chimps in the infant enclosure.
Josephine escapes from the adult enclosure, but fortunately stays nearby and takes refuge in the volunteers break room. A minute-by-minute chronicle of her latest adventure, as recounted by Eugene, Phillip and cameraman Willem van Heerden.