The Goualougo Triangle Ape Project is a remote field-study site in the Republic of Congo where researchers study wild gorillas and chimpanzees who share this one-of-a-kind, pristine ecosystem.Read More ›
You can help zoo scientists document wildlife across the Chicago area—without stepping away from your computer!
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The tropical forests of the northern Republic of Congo are perfect habitat for two of the world’s endangered great apes: western lowland gorillas and chimpanzees. The region’s climate and soil areRead More ›
Here’s a sure-fire cure for the gray-day blues: a shamelessly cute photo of 4-month-old red panda cub Addison pawing her way along a tree branch.
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Happy birthday to Nayembi! The little gorilla turned 3 today, an occasion celebrated with special enrichment for her and half-sister Patty, who celebrated her third birthday October 11.Read More ›
Al Jazeera English correspondent John Hendren shares how clearcutting tropical rainforest for palm oil plantations threatens chimpanzees and gorillas of the Goualougo Triangle, which Lincoln ParkRead More ›
In November 2015, journalists from Al Jazeera English traveled to the Goualougo Triangle to highlight efforts to study and save gorillas and chimpanzees in one of the most remote places on Earth.Read More ›