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Say "Cheese!" - A common chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) appears to smile as a camera trap snaps its mug in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda.

Say "Cheese!" - A common chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) appears to smile as a camera trap snaps its mug in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda.

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Nyala picture from a camera trap. Great pictures from this camera trap.

Nyala picture from a camera trap. Great pictures from this camera trap.

In March of 2007, 3-year old Kaboko was found in the resort town of Gisenyi, just over the border from Congo, with a terrible wound to his right arm just above the wrist where a snare was deeply embedded. Gorilla vets from MGVP couldn’t save the hand so it had to be amputated. Although the physical wound healed quickly, it took about a year for Kaboko to recover from what appeared to be depression, solitary behavior, and suspicion of both gorillas and humans.

In March of 2007, 3-year old Kaboko was found in the resort town of Gisenyi, just over the border from Congo, with a terrible wound to his right arm just above the wrist where a snare was deeply embedded. Gorilla vets from MGVP couldn’t save the hand so it had to be amputated. Although the physical wound healed quickly, it took about a year for Kaboko to recover from what appeared to be depression, solitary behavior, and suspicion of both gorillas and humans.

The Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Sanctuary was built by the Conoco petroleum company for JGI in 1992. Its mission includes chimpanzee protection, education, ecotourism and involvement of local populations in sustainable development. There are more than 140 chimpanzees there today, living in six age-graded groups that have access to several large outdoor forest enclosures.

The Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Sanctuary was built by the Conoco petroleum company for JGI in 1992. Its mission includes chimpanzee protection, education, ecotourism and involvement of local populations in sustainable development. There are more than 140 chimpanzees there today, living in six age-graded groups that have access to several large outdoor forest enclosures.

While no ape species have become extinct, 96% of them are threatened. (Source: Mongabay.com)  Yasuní shelters more than 20 globally threatened mammal species, including the white-bellied spider monkey and the rare golden-mantled tamarin.

While no ape species have become extinct, 96% of them are threatened. (Source: Mongabay.com) Yasuní shelters more than 20 globally threatened mammal species, including the white-bellied spider monkey and the rare golden-mantled tamarin.

Неуловимые животные Африки в объективе скрытой камеры — Наука и жизнь

Неуловимые животные Африки в объективе скрытой камеры — Наука и жизнь

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