Photo: Jane Goodall: Chimpanzees still need our help desperately. There are less than 300,000 chimps left, spread thinly over 21 African nations. Their numbers have been plummeting now that hunters can gain ready access into the bush using logging roads. We lose 10 hectares of forest per minute on this planet. Goodall says that the most effective way to save the chimps is to save the forests.

http://www.janegoodall.org/
Source: http://tinyurl.com/7e26ccl
#threatenedthursday in support of conservation and the new themed page curated by +Sumit Sen et al.
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Rajini Rao
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Jane Goodall: Chimpanzees still need our help desperately. There are less than 300,000 chimps left, spread thinly over 21 African nations. Their numbers have been plummeting now that hunters can gain ready access into the bush using logging roads. We lose 10 hectares of forest per minute on this planet. Goodall says that the most effective way to save the chimps is to save the forests.

http://www.janegoodall.org/
Source: http://tinyurl.com/7e26ccl
#threatenedthursday in support of conservation and the new themed page curated by +Sumit Sen et al.

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