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How One Orphaned Gorilla Inspired Her to Save Hundreds More | National Geographic

How One Orphaned Gorilla Inspired Her to Save Hundreds More | National Geographic

Deep in the wild forests of Cameroon, hunters are poaching large family groups of gorillas and chimpanzees and selling them illegally either for their meat or as exotic pets. These populations might have already been ravaged to extinction were it not for the tireless efforts of big-hearted conservationists working with government and local communities to protect them. For over 15 years, as director of Ape Action Africa, Rachel Hogan and her team have been providing a safe haven and recovery facility in Mefou National Park. The facility that has grown to house and feed over 300 primates affected by the gruesome illegal bushmeat trade.
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