The staff and students of Gorilla Falls conservation school have set aside this area for the care and rehabilitation of wild African species. Endangered animals are provided with shelter, medical care, and relocation to a protected environment.
The Angolan Colobus is currently being cared for. These black & white monkeys live in troops of about five to ten and have the remarkable ability to safely digest toxic foliage that other primates can't eat. Recent over-hunting has caused serious declines in wild populations.