Mountain gorilla numbers up, according to recent census

12/3/2012 | Discovery

The global mountain gorilla population has reached 880, according to a recent Wildlife Conservation Society census, thanks in part to improved conservation efforts. Because important mountain gorilla habitat crosses the borders of three African nations, the animals' survival depends on continued collaboration among those countries. Mountain gorillas are important sentinels for change in their environment, and declines in their numbers ripple throughout the ecosystem.

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