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7Nov17. BBC News. Rescued pet apes in Indonesia are being returned to the wild, but traders are still "flouting the law".

Endangered apes saved from pet trade

BBC News. Rescued pet apes in Indonesia are being returned to the wild, but traders are still "flouting the law".

chimpanzee vs. drone

Video: chimp attacks drone flying over Dutch zoo

The Surprising Way Civil War Took It's Toll on Congo's Great Apes

The Surprising Way Civil War Took Its Toll on Congo's Great Apes

The Surprising Way Civil War Took Its Toll on Congo's Great Apes:

How NASA Satellites Are Helping To Protect Endangered Chimpanzees

How NASA Satellites Are Helping To Protect Endangered Chimpanzees

Why counting apes is so difficult — but crucial: goo.

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ACROBATIC bonobos roll around in the water and playfight with each other in a stream

Bili ape. "The apes nest on the ground like gorillas, but they have a diet and features characteristic of chimpanzees",  While preliminary genetic testing with non-nuclear DNA indicates a close relationship with the eastern chimpanzee  a range of behaviors that are more closely related to those of gorillas have greatly intrigued primatologists from around the globe. Though their taxonomic classification has been clarified, the need for further information about these chimpanzees persists.

Bili Ape - Mystery Chimpanzee or Gorilla

Bili ape. "The apes nest on the ground like gorillas, but they have a diet and features characteristic of chimpanzees", While preliminary genetic testing with non-nuclear DNA indicates a close relationship with the eastern chimpanzee a range of behaviors that are more closely related to those of gorillas have greatly intrigued primatologists from around the globe. Though their taxonomic classification has been clarified, the need for further information about these chimpanzees persists.

This research suggests that apes across the globe, regardless of whether they are in protected areas, are adapted to living in human populations at an extraordinary pace.  http://www.brookes.ac.uk/about-brookes/news/research-finds-how-apes-exploit-environments-to-coexist-with-humans/

In the mid century, when paleoanthropologist Louis Leakey sent three pioneering women to study great apes in their natural habitats, the Earth’s wilde

Gorillas are being poached at an alarming rate, but with expansion of an already existing poacher to ranger program this inhumane and illegal practice can be brought to an end. Sign this petition to urge leaders to expand this program and prevent further deaths of these magnificent creatures.

Water powered energy may help to protect mountain gorillas: goo.

News — World Ape Fund

News — World Ape Fund

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