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"Gorilla Warfare" by Craig B. Stanford, The Sciences, Jul/Aug 1999, pp.18-23.
"The fate of Africa's rarest apes hinges on
battles over their territory as well as their taxonomy"
Gorilla Warfare, Craig B. Stanford, The Sciences, Jul/Aug 1999, pp.18-23.
Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda, three of the most incendiary nations in Africa, are also home to some of Africa's rarest apes. Living high in the Virunga volcanoes is the last surviving population of mountain gorillas, or as they are officially known, Gorilla gorilla beringei. Only 600 of these easygoing, extremely shy herbivores re…
- "Gorilla Warfare" by Craig B. Stanford, The Sciences, Jul/Aug 1999, pp.18-23.
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