Photo: Two New Wildlife Parks Created in Congo



A gorilla munches on a blade of grass in the Republic of Congo. The country's government recently announced plans to create two new wildlife parks encompassing up to 3,800 square miles (1 million hectares). Scientists suspect one of these areas, Ntokou Pikounda, may contain some of the highest gorilla densities in the world.

Photograph by Michael Nichols/NGS


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