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In Central Africa a family of mountain gorillas lives under the watchful eye of a dominant, 350-pound male. Chimps in Tanzania's Gombe Park use sticks to "fish" for termites, demonstrating their intelligence and their unequaled evolutionary closeness to humans. Orangutans, found only on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra, are the largest tree-dwelling mammals in the world. South America has more primate species than any other continent, among them the timid howler monkey; the murakee; the capuchins; the pygmy marmoset; the owl monkey; the squirrel monkey and the golden lion tamarind. Also featured: Asian macaques hunt for shellfish, and African yellow baboons guard their harems.
Born To Be Free : Chimpanzees In The Congo
The last twenty years have seen numerous attempts to reintroduce chimpanzees raised in captivity back to the forest, but none has managed to render the chimps completely independent of man for their food. At the head of her own organization, "Help Congo", Allette Jamart has been combating the illegal chimpanzee trade in the Congo ......
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