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"In some parts of Africa, tourists and researchers routinely trek into the undergrowth to see gorillas in their natural habitat. There are no barriers and no enclosures, and the apes, many of whom are accustomed to people, sometimes move past first-time visitors frozen in place, their awe mingling with apprehension. Page 1 of 2", www.sandiegouniontribune.com
"In some parts of Africa, tourists and researchers routinely trek into the undergrowth to see gorillas in their natural habitat. There are no barriers and no enclosures, and the apes, many of whom are accustomed to people, sometimes move past first-time visitors frozen in place, their awe mingling with apprehension.", www.washingtonpost.com
"A key to studying gorillas in their habitats is to maintain a minimum distance and convey 'a certain kind of feeling that they are not under too much pressure,' Thomas Breuer, a researcher with the New York-based Wildlife Conservation Society, said in a telephone interview from the Republic of Congo. Fossey, who brought international attention to the endangered primates' plight and whose book 'Gorillas in the Mist' inspired a movie starring Sigourney Weaver, was murdered at her Rwandan research camp in 1985. Don't point, speak softly, don't cough or sneeze in the animals' direction and if a gorilla approaches, crouch down, don't make eye contact and make a low sound similar to that of clearing the throat, which gorillas use to express friendliness. The Jane Goodall Institute released an email sent by the primatologist and conservationist to Thane Maynard, the director of the Cincinnati Zoo, expressing empathy with him over what she", www.sfchronicle.com
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