Goualougo Triangle Ape Project












In a remote region of the Republic of Congo, researchers are conducting groundbreaking research
into how gorillas and chimpanzees live alongside one another in one of the most pristine landscapes
on earth. The Goualougo Triangle is home to forest elephants, chimpanzees and western lowland
gorillas, many of which have never come into contact with humans. By studying ape behavior, tool-use
and the impact of logging on these endangered animals, scientists David Morgan (Lincoln Park Zoo)
and Crickette Sanz are collecting data that will advance ape conservation throughout Africa.

Learn more about the Goualougo Triangle Ape Project at lpzoo.org

Visit the official Goualougo Triangle Ape Project web site at www.congo-apes.org