Lady Henny was born in New York, where her father was
head keeper of the Bronx Zoo Ape House, and her mother
was a simultaneous translator at the United Nations. Little
Henrietta Higgins grew up with a skill for languages and a
love of primates. She is now a world-famous TV celebrity
starring in her own wildlife show called “

“ ‘Look, it’s that talking gorilla off the telly,’ said a boy,

tugging his mother’s sleeve.

‘And that’s Lady Henny,’ gasped his father. ‘Remember

what she always says: "Thyme’s running out now – so
tune in next week."’

. Henny cringed, and frowned at Polly who’d dreamt up
the catchphrase during their first ever film-shoot. ”

Try solving Panama’s Puzzle to find a secret
page about Lady Henny’s latest TV show.