Dedicated to the preservation & protection of the world's primates

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OUR GLOBAL EFFORTS FOR PRIMATES

IPPL is dedicated to protecting the world’s remaining primates, both great and small. Since 1973 we have worked to expose primate abuse and battled international traffickers. We also operate a sanctuary for gibbons in South Carolina and support primate rescue efforts worldwide.

How You Can Help 

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IPPL is a grassroots nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the world’s remaining primates, great and small.

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HELP US CONTINUE OUR GLOBAL EFFORTS TO SAVE AND CARE FOR PRIMATES BY DONATING TODAY!

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LATEST NEWS FROM OUR BLOG

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THE FALL ISSUE OF IPPL NEWS IS NOW ONLINE!

There are interesting articles from Neotropical Primate Center, HURO and Kalaweit featuring the cover orangutan, Mr. Waruh. We hope you enjoy reading this latest issue which can also be downloaded and/or printed.

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CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL GIBBON DAY!

Since 1994, IPPL has rescued dozens of gibbons, some originally wild caught who had the misfortune of then spending years, even decades, in research labs. Others were born in labs, spent years in zoos, tourist attractions or as pets. Currently IPPL has 30 exceptional gibbons living at our sanctuary. In addition to providing the best…

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GIVING DAY FOR APES IS OCT 12 AND WE NEED YOUR HELP!

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…