He was named “Cantsbee” by Dian Fossey upon his birth in 1978, since she believed his mother to be a male until she gave birth.
In September 1967, Dian Fossey set up two small tents in the wilderness of the Virunga mountains in Rwanda, and began a pioneering study of
March 3, 2016 Growing as a gorilla conservationist: Samedi Mucyo The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund has a very active scientific research program in Rwanda, aimed
September 3, 2015 Observing Titus' group: Who will be the next leader? It has been a little more than a year since dominant silverback Rano
April 28, 2015 Congo programs collaborate with visit at Kahuzi-Biega One cornerstone of the Fossey Fund’s work is capacity building within the areas where we
February 24, 2015 A day in the life of a tracker Wild buffalo charges. Powerful, sweeping rivers. Two-hour hikes to work, each way. It’s not
December 16, 2014 Pablo and Susa: The Long-term Relationship Between Two Groups of Mountain Gorillas At the extreme west of the Virunga massif, which is