31 Dec '14, 11pm

Camera traps capture rare footage of wild bonobos (video)

Camera traps capture rare footage of wild bonobos (video)

Conservation controversy: are bonobos protected in the right ways and in the right places? (07/30/2014) Bonobos, endangered great apes, continue to survive in forests south of the Congo River in the DRC, albeit under constant threat of hunting, loss of habitat and the growing demands of an increasing human population. Conservationists have, over the years, tried and tested different conservation strategies to protect the last of the bonobos. And some of these strategies have invited considerable debate.

Full article: http://news.mongabay.com/2014/1229-dasgupta-bonobo-camera...

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