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How Do Mountain Gorillas Live?

How Do Mountain Gorillas Live?

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Have you been wondering where and how mountain gorillas sleep? The closest relatives to human beings behave and carry out their roles as real human beings inclusive of where they sleep which amuses travelers during their encounters with gorillas in their accommodations. Mountain gorillas share 98% of human genes living in families, each family is

Why uganda increased gorilla trekkig fees

Why Uganda Increased the Charges for Gorilla Trekking

Why Uganda Increased the Charges for Gorilla Trekking

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When it comes to Tourism, Uganda is mainly represented by Mountain Gorillas all around the world and indeed, they are the star attractions for the ever green ‘pearl of Africa’. Uganda receives millions of tourists across the globe mainly for Gorilla Safaris mostly in the tropical rain Forest of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park that protects

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Is Gorilla Trekking Good For Conservation?

Is Gorilla Trekking Good For Conservation?

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The most exciting and memorable part of an African safari is getting real up close to the animals in the wild. And when it comes to wildlife encounters, gorilla trekking is the most desired activity that every traveler would wish to experience. Trekking the gorillas involves a hike to the home of these critically endangered

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How To Track Gorillas in Mgahinga National Park

How To Track Gorillas in Mgahinga National Park

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Uganda is one of the few countries that have these rare primates and they are largely found in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga National Park. However, it is not obvious that a visitor must view the gorillas in Uganda as he/she is required to obtain a Gorilla permit. Obtaining a gorilla permit is the

5 Facts About Mountain Gorillas

5 Facts About Mountain Gorillas

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Fast Facts About Mountain Gorillas Type: Mammal Diet: Omnivore Average life span in the wild:35 years Size: Standing height, 4 to 6 ft (1.2 to 1.8 m) Weight: 300 to 485 lbs (135 to 220 kg) Group name: Troop or band Protection status: Endangered Size relative to a 6-ft (2-m) man: Mountain gorillas are the

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