ITV News Central's Victoria Davies has made a short video about her experience in Cameroon.
Vets from the Midlands travelled 3,000 miles to save an orphaned gorilla whose arm was shot by poachers.
Here is Victoria's account of her trip to Cameroon.
Vets from the Midlands have travelled 3,000 miles to Cameroon to save an orphaned gorilla whose arm was shot by poachers. They are using pioneering surgery to help save him.
In part two, Shufai's future looked uncertain.
Our reporter Victoria Davies travelled to Africa with the vets and has the concluding part of the story.
Shufai the eight-year-old gorilla was shot in the arm by poachers leaving him deformed and in pain. But three vets from the Midlands have travelled to Cameroon to help him by using pioneering surgery. Our reporter Victoria Davies has this report from Africa.
A Midlands woman has swapped her life in Birmingham for the rainforests of Africa.
Rachel Hogan moved to Cameroon 12 years ago to help save orphaned chimpanzees and gorillas, whose parents were killed for bushmeat.
As the illegal trade continues, scientists warn the great apes of Africa are now on the brink of extinction.
ITV News Central reporter, Victoria Davies, travelled to Cameroon to find out more.
Rebecca Adlington is hoping to raise £50,000 for charity as she embarks on a 280 mile bike ride across Zambia.
@BeckAdlington**First morning of the 300miles in Africa done! 43miles done! Struggling. Serious itchy/big bites, tummy issues, achy legs + boiling! Help me
Wow! Arrived in Livingstone. Its 9.30am and BOILING! Check out the airport here...crazy! http://t.co/I0F92Ntr
Rebecca Adlington is setting off on a charity bike ride though Zambia to raise money for the Perfect Day Foundation.