IssuesJournal No. 13

Journal No. 13

  • Gorilla Journal no. 13, English, December 1996

Dear Gorilla Friends,

a remote mountain in eastern Zaire, Mt. Tshiaberimu, is the home of the smallest gorilla population of the world.  It still is not known what they look like and whether they are mountain gorillas, eastern lowland gorillas or another subspecies. After an adventurous and sometimes dangerous journey, Ulrich Kar lows ki, Ursula Karlows ki and Denise Wenger, on behalf of the Berggorilla & Regenwald Direkthilfe, succeeded in working their way through to Mt. Tshia berimu in July 1996. They handed over urgently needed equipment to the guards.  This was the start of our new gorilla conservation project....

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Survey of Itombwe

December 1996

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Visit to Mgahinga

December 1996

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The Mikeno Gorillas 1996

December 1996

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Pygmies in Kahuzi-Biega

December 1996

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Scabies in Bwindi Gorillas

December 1996

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Translocation of Gorilla Populations?

December 1996

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The World’s Rarest Gorillas

December 1996

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