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Mt. Gorillas Good News but "Overgrazing" by Ecotourism IMHO

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Hi - Good news! Gorilla numbers are up!!!

(WWF) Census finds increase in critically endangered mountain gorilla population
http://wwf.panda.org/?197658/Mountain-Gorilla-Census

(AWF) MOUNTAIN GORILLA CENSUS REVEALS INCREASE IN POPULATION
http://awf.org/content/headline/detail/4472

But
i think the percentage of habituated Gorillas is far too high.... i defined it as "Overgrazing" by Ecotourism (though we are all on that side)
In the Virungas
Of the 480 mountain gorillas censused, 352 (73%) were habituated (349 in groups and three solitary males) and 128 were unhabituated (117 in groups and 11 solitary males).

Aby

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