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Gorilla Habitats: African mountain gorillas are close human relatives. Even so, hunting and deforestation have brought them to the brink of extinction: only a few hundred mountain gorillas remain alive, concentrated in relatively inaccessible forest parks. Located in Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, most of these national parks are recognized World Heritage sites, but even so the mountain gorillas remain under threat.

Gorilla Habitats: African mountain gorillas are close human relatives. Even so, hunting and deforestation have brought them to the brink of extinction: only a few hundred mountain gorillas remain alive, concentrated in relatively inaccessible forest parks. Located in Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, most of these national parks are recognized World Heritage sites, but even so the mountain gorillas remain under threat.

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Primates are more resilient than other animals to environmental ...

Primates are more resilient than other animals to environmental ...

Mountain Gorilla, Bwindi - Photo by Weeden

Mountain Gorilla, Bwindi - Photo by Weeden

7-month Kibibi sitting on lap of his mother Mandara at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, DC. Karen Bleier / AFP - Getty Images.

7-month Kibibi sitting on lap of his mother Mandara at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, DC. Karen Bleier / AFP - Getty Images.