Fossey Fund trackers and researchers in Rwanda have been monitoring an unusual situation among the mountain gorillas in Rwanda...Read More
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December 29, 2015 Change in dominance for Pablo’s group? Historic leader Cantsbee, who turned 37 years old on Nov....Read More
August 27, 2013 Silverback Musilikale Acquires New Female, Following Group Changes The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund’s decades of observing...Read More
August 16, 2013 Mountain Gorilla News Roundup – Summer 2013 This summer has been a significant one for the...Read More
August 12, 2013 Pablo’s Group Interacts With Susa, Largest Gorilla Group in the Virungas Fossey Fund field staff were...Read More
June 25, 2013 Infant Gorillas Honored at Kwita Izina Naming Ceremony The greatly anticipated ninth annual Kwita Izina Ceremony...Read More
May 22, 2013 Musilikale's Split from Pablo Group Succeeding On April 4, trackers spotted seven gorillas from Pablo’s group...Read More
May 20, 2013 Bachelor Group Mysteries In August 2011, three male gorillas who had been members of Pablo’s group,...Read More
Jan. 18, 2012 Younger Silverback Musilikale Challenges Patriarch Cantsbee Cantsbee, the dominant silverback in Pablo’s group, at age 34...Read More
Cantsbee, dominant silverback in Pablo’s group and one of just a few gorillas still alive who were named by...Read More
December 7, 2011 Cantsbee and Gicuarsi’s Competion Splits Pablo’s Group; Lone Silverback Approaches Kuryama’s Group The subgrouping (or splitting...Read More
Nyandwi Transfers from Pablo to Inshuti On August 21, female mountain gorilla Nyandwi transferred to Inshuti’s group from Pablo’s...Read More
August 29, 2011 Pablo’s Group Facing Important Changes The month of August brought dynamic changes to Pablo’s group, for...Read More
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