Why are gorillas going extinct?

Why are gorillas going extinct

Mountain gorillas can be only be trekked in three countries in the whole world and that’s is in Volcanoes national park found in Rwanda, Virunga national park in Congo then Bwindi forest national park and mount Mgahinga national park in Uganda. Mountain gorillas were almost becoming extinct on the 19th century but the number has increased due to the conservation efforts being put though they are still being critically endangered. The following reasons are why gorillas are going extinct. Why …

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What you should not do while trekking gorillas

What you should not do while trekking gorillas

Gorilla trekking is one of the most sought safari activities in Africa and there are only three countries that provide tourists with this thrilling experience in the world gorilla trekking can be done at Volcanoes national park in Rwanda, Virunga national park in Congo, Mount Mgahinga national park and Bwindi impenetrable forest national park in Uganda. Gorillas live in the Virunga massif conservation area shared by three countries and then Bwindi forest in Uganda, this great apes are mans closest …

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What do Gorillas Eat?

What do Gorillas Eat

Mountain gorillas are believed to be descendants of ancestral monkeys and apes found in Africa and Arabia during the start of Oligoceneepoch. This great apes are critically endangered and can inky be found in Bwindi impenetrable forest national park, Mount Mgahinga national park in Uganda, Volcanoes national park in Rwanda and Virunga national park in Congo. Mountain gorillas are said to be very active between 6:00am and 6:00pm, in between this hours mountain gorillas are always eating large quantities of …

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Weather in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Weather in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Bwindi impenetrable located in South Western Uganda in Kanungu district. Bwindi is famous for its biodiversity, mountainous climatic condition and as well as home for endangered gorilla (340 primates) of the remaining world’s species. Bwindi has a wet, cold climate, sometimes with mist covering the skies; temperatures are consistent annually because of its short distance from the equator. This region receives average temperatures of about 23˚C/73˚F during day time and a sudden fall of temperatures in the night to around …

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Virunga Mountains

Virunga Mountains

The stunning Virunga Mountains are a chain of Volcano Mountains shared between Uganda, Rwanda and Congo. The mountains are part of the Albertine rift located at the Great Rift Valley one of the world’s largest natural features. The word Virunga is got from a local word “Ibirunga* the Kinyarwanda word for “mountains”. The Virunga Mountains are 8 in number; the Virunga mountains are also home to the remaining endangered species of mountain gorillas. The Virunga mountain stretch on an 80 kilometers …

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