RDB’s good problem: More gorillas, less habitat

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Mountain gorillas feed inside Virunga National Park. After a decade of conservation efforts, the population of the endangered rare mountain gorillas has grown by 26.6 per cent. But the size of their abode has at best remained the same with growing concerns that their habitat is actually getting smaller and smaller due to destructive human activity. Rwanda Development Board has to look for habitat for the primates. / Timothy Kisambira

After a decade of conservation efforts, the population of the endangered rare mountain gorillas has grown by 26.6 per cent.

But the size of their abode has at best remained the same with growing concerns that their habitat is actually getting smaller and smaller due to destructive human activity. Read More 

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