Mountain gorilla Poppy – who turns 42 years old on April 1 – is not only the oldest gorilla...Read More
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Monday, May 30, 2011 How We Freed Infant Imfura from a Snare Rope On Sunday, May 29, a team...Read More
May 30, 2011 How We Freed Infant Imfura from the Snare Rope Here are some more details about our...Read More
May 29, 2011 Infant Imfura Freed from Snare Rope I have very good news to report today from the...Read More
May 25, 2011 We Try to Free Infant Imfura From a Snare This morning staff from the Karisoke Research...Read More
May 25, 2011 Pablo’s Group Challenging but Fascinating The largest group of mountain gorillas, named after Pablo, a historic...Read More
May 23, 2011 In the Field With Our Anti-Poaching Team As Deputy Director of the Karisoke Research Center, helping...Read More
May 23, 2011 Partners in Conservation When a female gorilla made eye contact with Charlene Jendry at the Columbus...Read More
May 16, 2011 "Survivor" Contestant Helping Gorillas Survive I am constantly impressed by the creativity of people all over...Read More
“The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International is delighted to learn that Phillip Sheppard of Santa Monica, California, a Final...Read More
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May 8, 2011 Studying Female Gorilla Hormones I'm Sosthene Habumuremyi, a graduate student conducting field research at the Karisoke...Read More
May 4, 2011 Disney Animal Experts Play Key Role in Gorilla Rescue Efforts Tammie Bettinger, Ph.D., a senior research...Read More
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