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Source : Université de Genève (UNIGE) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UGJlsAKPHE
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Publié le 08 juin 2024 à 05:30. / Modifié le 08 juin 2024 à 16:55. SOURCE |  La vétérinaire ougandaise Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka se bat depuis une trentaine d’années pour préserver les derniers gorilles des montagnes de son pays, tout en améliorant les conditions de vie de la population. Elle était
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SOURCE:           30 May 2024 How can gorilla conservation be combined with the public health of the local population in Uganda? Walking with Gorillas will share her personal experience on this issue at an event to be held on Monday, 3 June at 6.30 p.m. in Uni Mail. The wildlife
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SOURCE: TV5MONDE | https://youtu.be/lth6A7op2kM?si=5G8UfICRc8dmuNlP  
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Source The Mammal Society celebrated its 70th year by awarding its prestigious annual Mammal Society Medal, Richard Shore Prize, and for the first time a new ‘President’s Award’ to esteemed mammalogists at its 2024 Annual Conference on the 13th April. Andrew Kitchener (source: National Museums Scotland) The Mammal Society Medal
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SOURCE: | By Emma Gregg May 03, 2024 Few African nations can match Uganda in terms of the wide variety of parks and reserves to explore. From action-packed 4WD safari adventures to breathtaking mountain hikes, these five national parks offer memorable experiences to set your heart racing. In Uganda’s national
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SOURCE: | By Katie Parkins | last updated 11:53 PM, Apr 16, 2024 DENVER — The Denver Zoo announced Monday it will expand its wildlife conservation efforts to Africa, working in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda. “Mountain gorillas and their wild habitats are among the species and landscapes
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SOURCE : |Rachel Nuwer | Thu 2 May 2024 06.00 BST   Viruses that cause mild sniffles in humans are devastating populations of chimpanzees and gorillas. In some ape communities, it’s a bigger killer than habitat loss or poaching There was something wrong with the chimpanzees. For weeks, a community
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Greetings from CTPH! We started the year with an exciting new conservation project with school and youth groups around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (BINP), home to just under half of the world’s endangered mountain gorillas. With support from the National Geographic Society (NGS), Conservation Through Public Health together with Laura
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