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Adorable photos of endangered gorillas -- and their babies -- in Nigeria may prove the species Is bouncing back
by Cailey Rizzo
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8 July 2020
On 8 July 2020 Travel and Leisure reported:
Conservationists have captured the first-ever images of a group of Nigeria's ultra-rare Cross River gorillas. The images, released by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), depict a group of the world's most endangered gorilla subspecies and provide hope for the species as the gorillas are seen with several babies on their backs.
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