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Rwanda's gorillas become new face of climate change

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News video: Rwanda's gorillas become new face of climate changeThere are less than 900 mountain gorillas left in the world, and their fight for survival is getting even harder. Climate change is forcing the apes to travel farther for food. In our continuing series, "The Climate Diaries," Mark Phillips went to the mountains of Rwanda to see what else is putting these endangered animals in harm's way.

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