Gorillas in Crisis

Eighty percent of western lowland gorillas and central chimpanzees in Western Equatorial Africa live outside protected areas. Gorilla populations are declining rapidly. The biggest threats they face are poaching, disease, and habitat loss. But they can recover.

Just Like Us

Great apes nurse their babies and play with them. They use tools. They are our closest nonhuman relatives. And they need our help.


Carpe Must Continue

Essential support for animals in the Congo Basin, including gorillas, some of our closest cousins in the wild, could soon be gone.

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