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For Ugandan villagers, tradition and tourism help keep the peace with gorillas
by Deusdedit Ruhangariyo
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5 December 2018
On 5 December 2018 Mongabay reported:
Uganda is home to around half of the world's remaining mountain gorillas. Many indigenous groups in Uganda have traditional beliefs that encourage ape conservation. However, rapid population growth in the 20th century increasingly brought humans and gorillas into conflict. Today, conservation groups are working to harness traditional knowledge to protect apes, and to develop new techniques that allow humans and gorillas to peacefully coexist.
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