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Nearly half of Earth’s remaining mountain gorillas – only around 400 animals – live deeply secluded in Uganda’s Bwindi National Park. But now, tea planters want to clear-cut an adjoining buffer zone, Kafuga Pocket Forest Reserve.
The destruction of the forest would push the critically endangered gorillas one step closer to extinction. The survival of the mountain gorillas in neighboring Bwindi National Park is critically dependent on Kafuga Forest remaining intact.
Please sign the petition: Gorillas In Danger: Save Kafuga Forest Reserve:
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Petition: Gorillas In Danger: Save Kafuga Forest Reserve: