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illegal mining hits congo gorilla population

Apr 06, 2016 · 3 Min Read JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - The world’s largest gorilla sub-species has seen its population fall 77 percent over the past two decades, a trend linked to illegal mining for coltan, a key

gorillas | dallas zoo

Gorillas on the Line: The Dallas Zoo also helps gorillas by leading the Gorillas on the Line (GOTL) campaign. We collect old cell phones and other small electronics on site at the Zoo, which are then recycled responsibly, reducing the demand for coltan mining

what is coltan? 5 facts you should know | mining, uses and

Sep 24, 2020 · Mountain gorilla habitats have also been impacted by the illegal coltan-mining and smuggling industry. The ongoing conflict and issues around mining and sourcing coltan

hungry miners in congo are killing, eating endangered gorillas

With fewer than 4,000 Grauer's gorilla remaining in the wild, these 400-pound (182-kilogram) cousins of the better-known mountain gorilla (Gorilla beringei beringei) are being shot and killed by hungry miners.The gorillas live in large groups, can be readily tracked and make for easy prey for people working mines that are often militia-controlled and located illegally within nature reserves

gorilla facts. ape or monkey? weiler woods for wildlife

Note the mountain gorilla was reclassified in 2018 as endangered. If you look at the chart, there are 2 species, Eastern and Western gorillas with 4 subspecies. All gorillas are endangered or critically endangered. Meaning they are likely to become extinct, especially without protection from humans. ... An article on coltan mining. Facebook

dr. annette lanjouw of international gorilla conservation

Apr 27, 2001 · Annette Lanjouw, Director of the International Gorilla Conservation Program (IGCP), told the National Press Club Friday that mining for Coltan is presenting a new threat to conservation in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. This issue strikes close to home in the United States, because Coltan is a rare earth metal used in numerous consumer electronics products, computer components

gorillas on the line…. will you answer the call? | dian fossey

Sep 23, 2020 · The majority of coltan mining is illegal and controlled by rebel groups; mining has greatly contributed to the devastation of both human and wildlife populations in the region. To feed the miners, wildlife is hunted, including iconic species like Grauer’s gorillas, chimpanzees and elephants

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