More land for growing gorilla population in Rwanda
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The Rwanda Development Board on Wednesday received 27.8 hectares from the African Wildlife Fund (AWF) to be added to the 16,000-hectare Volcanoes National Park. Home of the critically endangered mountain gorilla, the park had decreased by 54 per cent since its establishment in 1925. The land directly adjacent to the Volcanoes National Park was purchased by AWF last year reportedly from Serena Hotels, with the aim of protecting mountain gorillas and boosting wildlife conservation. The park is hom ...
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