A planet without apes? New research highlights danger to gorillas, chimpanzees and bonobos in shifting habitats
New analysis published today reveals that if the pressures on great ape habitat remain unchecked, Africa’s great apes could lose between 85 and 94 per cent of their range by the year 2050. Jacqueline Sunderland-Groves, a great ape expert in UBC’s faculty of forestry explains what can be done to ensure the long-term survival of gorillas, chimpanzees and other great apes.
Jun 7, 2021
‘Orangutan jungle school’
ET Canada previewed “Orangutan Jungle School,” a new TV series that follows the world’s biggest orangutan rehabilitation centre in Borneo. The series features the work of Jacqueline Sunderland-Groves, an adviser […]
Dec 4, 2018