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Mountain Gorillas No Longer Listed As 'Critically Endangered'

mountain gorillas no longer listed as 'critically endangered'
Mountain gorilla numbers are on the upswing, after a successful conservation campaign to bring them back from the edge of extinction, IFL Science reports. The International Union for Conservation of..
Credit: WorldNews - Published Also reported by •Christian Science Monitor

Victory for conservationists as rare Mountain gorilla population rises

The mountain gorilla has now been declared by conservationists as not critically endangered.
Credit: euronews - Published Also reported by •Deseret NewsSeattlePI.comNew Zealand HeraldNewsday

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Gorilla family makes Czech zookeepers smile [Video]Gorilla family makes Czech zookeepers smile  00:59

Prague Zoo shares CCTV footage of a gorilla family of three as they play and relax

Credit: Reuters - Viral Video - Published

Gorillas Confused by GoPro Camera [Video]Gorillas Confused by GoPro Camera  00:37

When these gorillas discovered a hidden camera in their enclosure they were very confused. Hilariously, they stared into the camera while hitting it and poking it.

Credit: Poke My Heart - Published

Mountain Gorilla Population Bouncing Back [Video]Mountain Gorilla Population Bouncing Back  00:48

In what researchers are calling a rare conservation success story, mountain gorillas are slowly and steadily rebounding. The so-called gentle giants have just been re-classified from "critically..

Credit: Wochit - Published

Gorilla brothers engage in heartwarming playtime [Video]Gorilla brothers engage in heartwarming playtime  00:57

The chase is on for gorilla siblings Lope and Shufai. Shufai is chasing Lope around the enclosure. He really enjoys chasing after his big brother and Lope loves the attention. The siblings are running..

Credit: Rumble Studio - Published

1 in custody, another sought in Nashville crime spree [Video]1 in custody, another sought in Nashville crime spree  01:40

A woman was taken into custody and a man remains at large after an overnight crime spree in south Nashville.

Credit: NewsChannel 5 Nashville - Published

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Are you green with envy? Heidi Klum and her boyfriend appear as Shrek and Fiona for their celebrity-studded Halloween party. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Credit: Reuters Studio - Published

 

Fin whale, mountain gorilla populations rise amid conservation action

fin whale, mountain gorilla populations rise amid conservation action
Geneva (AFP) Nov 14, 2018 The fin whale and mountain gorilla populations grew significantly due to efforts by conservationists to halt their descent towards extinction, the International Union for..
Credit: Terra Daily - Published

'Beacon of hope': Mountain gorilla population on the rise

There are now more gorillas in the mist - a rare conservation success story, scientists say.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Gorilla statue stolen from London Sanctum Soho Hotel

gorilla statue stolen from london sanctum soho hotel
Two thieves clad in hi-vis vests scaled the hotel in London and made off with the 160kg model.
Credit: BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

After facing near extinction, mountain gorilla population grows

The Switzerland-based International Union for Conservation of Nature has updated mountain gorillas' status from "critically endangered" to "endangered," a more promising, if still precarious,..
Credit: CBC.ca - Published

Mountain gorillas are slowly coming back from the brink of extinction

mountain gorillas are slowly coming back from the brink of extinction
The subspecies of gorilla, which is found in two areas in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Uganda, remains on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species as endangered.
Credit: MailOnline - Published

'Conservation successes' bring hope for mountain gorilla

'conservation successes' bring hope for mountain gorilla
Mountain gorilla: Conservation efforts appear to be paying off for large, charismatic animals.
Credit: BBC News - Published

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