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Observing Gorilla Groups after Silverback Death

August 2009 Observing Gorilla Groups after Silverback Death When the dominant silverback Shinda died in November 2008 his group split …

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Anti-Poaching

Another Gorilla Infant Freed from Snare

July 2009 Another Gorilla Infant Freed From Snare For the second time this year, an infant gorilla residing in one …

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Gorilla Behavior

Mother Gorilla Departs Titus’ Group, Leaves Offspring Behind

May 2009 Mother Gorilla Departs Titus's Group, Leaving Youngster Behind The aging silverback Titus continues to watch his group dwindle. …

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Karisoke Staff, Students at Primatology Conference

September, 2008 Karisoke Staff and Local Students Showcased at International Primatology Conference Karisoke Research Center staff, other DFGFI scientists, and …

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Gorilla Behavior

Largest Mountain Group Challenging but Continues to Facinate

May 25, 2011 Pablo’s Group Challenging but Fascinating The largest group of mountain gorillas, named after Pablo, a historic silverback, …

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Anti-Poaching

In the Field With Our Anti-Poaching Team

May 23, 2011 In the Field With Our Anti-Poaching Team As Deputy Director of the Karisoke Research Center, helping to …

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Congo

Partners in Conservation Helps Us Protect Gorillas

May 23, 2011 Partners in Conservation When a female gorilla made eye contact with Charlene Jendry at the Columbus Zoo …

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Dian Fossey Fund

Studying Female Gorilla Hormones

May 8, 2011 Studying Female Gorilla Hormones I'm Sosthene Habumuremyi, a graduate student conducting field research at the Karisoke Research …

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Biodiversity

Bernadette Arakwiye: From Karisoke to Keene, New Hampshire

Bernadette Arakwiye: From Karisoke™ to Keene, NH Now just 26, Bernadette Arakwiye – a native of Kigali, Rwanda– has become …

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Anti-Poaching

Gorilla Group Reaches Top of Mountain in Rwanda

January 3, 2012 Gorilla Group Reaches Top of Mountain in Rwanda Ntambara's group, one of the nine mountain gorilla groups …

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Dian Fossey Fund

Karisoke Staff Celebrates the Holidays in Rwanda Today

December 30, 2011 Karisoke Staff Celebrates the Holidays in Rwanda Today Dr. Dian Fossey’s love for the Christmas season was …

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Gorilla Infants

Infant’s Condition Caused Concern, but Vets Find Her Doing Well Today

December 21, 2011 Infant's Condition Caused Concern, but Vets Find Her Doing Well Today On Tuesday, one-and-a-half-year-old infant Urahirwa from …

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Anti-Poaching

Pablo’s Subgroups Reunite After Six Days

December 13, 2011 Pablo's Subgroups Reunite After Six Days On Dec. 7, Karisoke field staff observed subgrouping again in Pablo …

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