<p><br> This young mountain gorilla, named Kwibesha, is a member of the Kabrizi family of gorillas in Virunga National Park. Wildlife rangers in the park have had to suspend their monitoring of the gorillas because rebel militias and the Congolese army occupy much of their habitat.</p>

Kwibesha


This young mountain gorilla, named Kwibesha, is a member of the Kabrizi family of gorillas in Virunga National Park. Wildlife rangers in the park have had to suspend their monitoring of the gorillas because rebel militias and the Congolese army occupy much of their habitat.

Photograph courtesy Virunga National Park/ICCNN

Virunga Gorillas

See pictures of Virunga National Park gorillas in this photo gallery from National Geographic.

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