Gorillas in the Mist

They share most of their genes with humans, live in the mist, and somehow manage to drive tourism in some parts of Africa, even though only 720 of them remain. So just what it is that is so special about mountain gorillas and what does the future hold for them? Moira O’Brien-Malone speaks to Marc Languy, head of WWF’s programme in the Great Lakes region of Africa.

Wild Talk - Gorillas in the Mist [MP3]

Gorilla in Volcano National Park, Rwanda Photo: IUCN Photo Library © Jim Thorsell
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