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Cameroon Sets Up Park for Gorillas

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Cameroon, with one of Africa’s highest rates of deforestation, has set up a new national park to protect gorillas, chimpanzees, elephants and a rare type of antelope called bongo. Tags: conservation africa park gorillas endangered species cameroon. Let's keep our fingers crossed that it provides effective protection.

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Internet Exploits Cameroon's Primates

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Tags: wildlife crime wildlife trafficking africa primates endangered species cameroon.

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Cross River Gorilla Facts, Habitat, Diet, Scientific Name, Population & Predators

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The hilly area between Nigeria and Cameroon is home to these gorillas. Cross river gorilla in Congo The Cross River gorillas reach sexual maturity at age 10 and typically give birth every four years. Typically, their nine-month gestation period lasts.

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Picathartes – Africa’s strangest birds

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Gray-necked or Red-headed Picathartes in Korup National Park, Cameroon. A Gray-necked Picathartes nesting colony in Cameroon. Gray-necked Picathartes foraging in leaf-litter on the forest floor in Korup National Park, Cameroon. I have only seen this species in the massive and beautiful Korup National Park in Cameroon.

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Dreaming of Congo rainforest: Gabon, Republic of the Congo and the Central African Republic

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The Congo Basin, second in size only to the Amazon, spans six countries: south-eastern Cameroon, portions of southern Central African Republic, the north and central Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and the Republic of Congo.

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Chimpanzees in Sanctuaries Reflect Widespread Smuggling

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Research shows this is what's happening in Cameroon. Tags: wildlife smuggling chimpanzees africa cameroon. The chimpanzee population is decreasing in the wild, but their numbers are increasing in sanctuaries. There are more rescues because there is more smuggling.

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International birding tourism after the Covid-19 – what will change?

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If you aren’t a 20-something backpacker, how to organise your trip in such a country, e.g. African endemics-rich Cameroon? Such countries are likely to have better preserved habitats and great birds, but if ecotourism doesn’t arrive on time, soon there may be no reason to arrive at all.

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