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Francesca Booker Sep 24
Interesting read: It’s time to stop lionizing as a conservation hero 'We have a long way to go in de-colonizing conservation research, but it begins with acknowledging where we have gone wrong'
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Kate Hardie-Buckley Sep 24
Happy This is me in my happy place. mrbenlister + - thanks for putting up with my channelling of the pioneering - grunting, scratching and leave-eating. As I said, me in my…
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Mel dawson Oct 5
Is it?..is it time to stop 'lionizing' ..I say NO..it is time we recognized her sacrifice & unwavering loyalty & conviction...do not mistake her motives..they were pure of heart..do not allow her life's work to be deminished by popular argument
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She Walks With Apes Oct 5
While filming in the children were very curious about the documentary. They would come and watch as we captured footage of the village and surrounding landscape!
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Rohit Bansal 🇮🇳 Jul 11
Thanks to Team , , visited Volcanoes National Park 🦍 in . Notes and an amateur film on 20 members of the Isimbi family of : (17 minutes)
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Shireen Sep 24
Happy World Gorilla Day! World Gorilla Day creates the opportunity for people all over the world to come together in celebrating the gorilla, and more importantly, taking action to protect gorillas in the wild.
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Warriors4Wildlife 🌐Ⓥ🐾 Jun 6
: The last of the "Gorillas in the Mist" - made famous by renowned , is believed to have died. A known as Poppy, who would have turned 43 on April 1, has not been seen by trackers since August last year
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Shireen May 28
RIP Poppy... Poppy was the last original Gorilla studied by Dian Fossey, she went missing in August 2018 and now the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund believe she died of old age.
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98% HUMAN Jan 2
These tiny feet will walk a journey, a journey we hope will lead into silverback and leader with the right steps in conservation efforts in the jungles of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
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MediaMonarchy.com Jan 16
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Andres Quiroga Oct 5
Born on this day in 1942, , Film Award, and Award-winning cinematographer and director : The Story of (1988) (1996) : (2015)
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Louis Aguirre Jan 16
Thank you Would that the world be filled with more people who were just as committed to protecting our species and our planet instead of destroying it for personal greed and private interests. 🙏🏽❤️🌍
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big tiddy palaeontologist gf May 30
Finally watched (1988), staring the incredible (playing the equally incredible ). Needless to say, it brought me to tears. Bittersweet tears.
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EA Wild Life Society Jun 11
Remembering "Little darling" Poppy: The last of Dian Fossey's mountain gorillas passes on via
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Kristina Minard Dec 26
Remembering an amazing woman today, who risked (and ultimately lost) her own life to protect these beautiful animals
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HollyHox May 29
Gorillas in the Mist had a great impact on me when I was young, & likely played a part in influencing how I feel about wildlife, poaching, trade, & how we treat the creatures we share our planet with. I imagine I am not the only one. It's a film I now cannot watch.
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Natàlia Blázquez-Pallí Oct 8
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Becca Anderson Sep 5
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Jeannie Chambers May 5
“Living here has been worth every minute. Have I ever been scared? You betcha!” Dian Fossey Ages 8+ Tunnel of Time…
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Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund Oct 21
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