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AWARDS-GRAMMYS/
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January 26, 2020
62nd Grammy Awards - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, U.S., January 26, 2020 - Bonobo. REUTERS/Mike...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
62nd Grammy Awards - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, U.S.
62nd Grammy Awards - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, U.S., January 26, 2020 - Bonobo. REUTERS/Mike Blake
CONGO-BUSHMEAT/
RTX76RQW
October 09, 2019
A surrogate mother carries a baby bonobo which was rescued from poachers in Lola ya Bonobo sanctuary...
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
The Wider Image: In Congo, part-time hunters boost income with bushmeat
A surrogate mother carries a baby bonobo which was rescued from poachers in Lola ya Bonobo sanctuary in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, November 9, 2018. Many animals, including bonobo apes and pangolins, are protected by international law, but a lack of government oversight means these endangered species are regularly killed. REUTERS/Thomas Nicolon SEARCH "BUSHMEAT NICOLON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CONGO-BUSHMEAT/
RTX76RQR
October 09, 2019
A schoolgirl observes baby bonobos which were rescued from poachers in Lola ya Bonobo sanctuary in Kinshasa,...
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
The Wider Image: In Congo, part-time hunters boost income with bushmeat
A schoolgirl observes baby bonobos which were rescued from poachers in Lola ya Bonobo sanctuary in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, November 9, 2018. Many animals, including bonobo apes and pangolins, are protected by international law, but a lack of government oversight means these endangered species are regularly killed. REUTERS/Thomas Nicolon SEARCH "BUSHMEAT NICOLON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CONGO-BUSHMEAT/
RTX76RQF
October 09, 2019
Bonobo meat is offered for sale at a market in Mbandaka, Democratic Republic of the Congo, October 20,...
Mbandaka, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
The Wider Image: In Congo, part-time hunters boost income with bushmeat
Bonobo meat is offered for sale at a market in Mbandaka, Democratic Republic of the Congo, October 20, 2018. Bonobos are endangered and despite most marketplaces not selling the meat openly, it is still possible to buy on request. REUTERS/Thomas Nicolon SEARCH "BUSHMEAT NICOLON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CONGO-ANIMALS/
RTX6PLFT
March 04, 2019
A bonobo ape, primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, receives medication from a keeper...
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
A bonobo ape, primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, receives medication from a keeper...
A bonobo ape, primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, receives medication from a keeper at the Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary outside Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo March 2, 2019. Picture taken March 2, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
CONGO-ANIMALS/
RTX6PLFQ
March 04, 2019
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relatives, are seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo...
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relatives, are seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo...
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relatives, are seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo Sanctuary outside Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo March 2, 2019. Picture taken March 2, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
CONGO-ANIMALS/
RTX6PLFP
March 04, 2019
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relatives, are seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo...
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relatives, are seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo...
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relatives, are seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo Sanctuary outside Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of Congo March 2, 2019. Picture taken March 2, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
CONGO-ANIMALS/
RTX6PLFM
March 04, 2019
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relatives, are seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo...
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relatives, are seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo...
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relatives, are seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo Sanctuary outside Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo March 2, 2019. Picture taken March 2, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
CONGO-ANIMALS/
RTX6PLFK
March 04, 2019
A bonobo ape, primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, is seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo...
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
A bonobo ape, primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, is seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo...
A bonobo ape, primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, is seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo Sanctuary outside Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo March 2, 2019. Picture taken March 2, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
CONGO-ANIMALS/
RTX6PLE2
March 04, 2019
A bonobo ape, primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, drinks water from a plastic bottle...
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
A bonobo ape, primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, drinks water from a plastic bottle...
A bonobo ape, primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, drinks water from a plastic bottle at the Lola Ya Bonobo Sanctuary outside Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo March 2, 2019. Picture taken March 2, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
CONGO-ANIMALS/
RTX6PLE0
March 04, 2019
A bonobo ape, primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, is seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo...
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
A bonobo ape, primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, is seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo...
A bonobo ape, primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, is seen at the Lola Ya Bonobo Sanctuary outside Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo March 2, 2019. Picture taken March 2, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
BELGIUM-BONOBO/
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August 09, 2017
Bonobos play in their enclosure at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen, Belgium August 9, 2017. REUTERS/Francois...
Mechelen, Belgium
Bonobos play in their enclosure at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen
Bonobos play in their enclosure at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen, Belgium August 9, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-BONOBO/
RTS1B21R
August 09, 2017
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen, Belgium August 9, 2017....
Mechelen, Belgium
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen, Belgium August 9, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-BONOBO/
RTS1B21N
August 09, 2017
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen, Belgium August 9, 2017....
Mechelen, Belgium
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen, Belgium August 9, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-BONOBO/
RTS1B21M
August 09, 2017
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen, Belgium August 9, 2017....
Mechelen, Belgium
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen, Belgium August 9, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-BONOBO/
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August 09, 2017
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen, Belgium August 9, 2017....
Mechelen, Belgium
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen, Belgium August 9, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BELGIUM-BONOBO/
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August 09, 2017
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen, Belgium August 9, 2017....
Mechelen, Belgium
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen, Belgium August 9, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-BONOBO/
RTS1B20Y
August 09, 2017
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen, Belgium August 9, 2017....
Mechelen, Belgium
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen
A one-week-old baby bonobo clings to its mother at Planckendael zoo in Mechelen, Belgium August 9, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
SCIENCE-CHIMPANZEES/
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October 27, 2016
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, groom one another at a sanctuary...
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Bonobo apes primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative groom one another at a sanctuary...
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, groom one another at a sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, Congo on October 31, 2006. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly/File Photo
BELGIUM-ANIMALS/
RTS3V89
October 10, 2015
A young bonobo ape grabs onto its mother at Planckendael's zoo near Mechelen, Belgium, October 10, 2015....
Mechelen, Belgium
A young bonobo ape grabs onto its mother at Planckendael's zoo near Mechelen
A young bonobo ape grabs onto its mother at Planckendael's zoo near Mechelen, Belgium, October 10, 2015. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-ANIMALS/
RTS3V87
October 10, 2015
A young bonobo ape grabs onto its mother at Planckendael's zoo near Mechelen, Belgium, October 10, 2015....
Mechelen, Belgium
A young bonobo ape grabs onto its mother at Planckendael's zoo near Mechelen
A young bonobo ape grabs onto its mother at Planckendael's zoo near Mechelen, Belgium, October 10, 2015. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/
RTR2GXRX
July 31, 2010
A bonobo lies at the world's only sanctuary for the endangered great ape at Lola Ya Bonobo just outside...
Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
A bonobo lies at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary just outside Congo's capital Kinshasa
A bonobo lies at the world's only sanctuary for the endangered great ape at Lola Ya Bonobo just outside Congo's capital Kinshasa, July 31, 2010. Female-dominated and unique to the Democratic Republic of Congo, the bonobo, or pigmy chimpanzee, numbered as many as 10,000 during the 1980s, but decades of war and poaching for bush meat has reduced their numbers to about 1,000 today. REUTERS/Katrina Manson (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: ANIMALS)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC
RTR2GXRU
July 31, 2010
A baby bonobo stands on his mother's shoulders at the world's only sanctuary for the endangered great...
Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
A baby bonobo stands on his mother's shoulders at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary just outside Congo's capital...
A baby bonobo stands on his mother's shoulders at the world's only sanctuary for the endangered great ape at Lola Ya Bonobo just outside Congo's capital Kinshasa, July 31, 2010. Female-dominated and unique to the Democratic Republic of Congo, the bonobo, or pigmy chimpanzee, numbered as many as 10,000 during the 1980s, but decades of war and poaching for bush meat has reduced their numbers to about 1,000 today. REUTERS/Katrina Manson (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: ANIMALS)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/
RTR2GXRS
July 31, 2010
A bonobo lies at the world's only sanctuary for the endangered great ape at Lola Ya Bonobo just outside...
Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
A bonobo lies at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary just outside Congo's capital Kinshasa
A bonobo lies at the world's only sanctuary for the endangered great ape at Lola Ya Bonobo just outside Congo's capital Kinshasa, July 31, 2010. Female-dominated and unique to the Democratic Republic of Congo, the bonobo, or pigmy chimpanzee, numbered as many as 10,000 during the 1980s, but decades of war and poaching for bush meat has reduced their numbers to about 1,000 today. REUTERS/Katrina Manson (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: ANIMALS)
BRITAIN/
RTXAZQO
November 26, 2008
The founder of the Lola Ya Bonobo ape sanctuary in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Claudine Andre,...
London, United Kingdom
The founder of the Lola Ya Bonobo ape sanctuary in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Claudine Andre,...
The founder of the Lola Ya Bonobo ape sanctuary in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Claudine Andre, poses for a photograph before being awarded with the Badham-Evans Award for Women?s Commitment to Wildlife at the House of Lords, in central London November 26, 2008. The award was created in honour of Miss Molly Badham and Miss Nathalie Evans, the founder members of the East Midland Zoological Society (EMZS) at Twycross Zoo, who dedicated their lives to the care of animals both at Twycross and in the wild. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTX8778
July 28, 2008
A bonobo, a type of chimpanzee, reacts during feeding time at Twycross Zoo, central England July 28,...
TWYCROSS, United Kingdom
Bonobo reacts during feeding time at Twycross Zoo
A bonobo, a type of chimpanzee, reacts during feeding time at Twycross Zoo, central England July 28, 2008. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTX8774
July 28, 2008
A bonobo, a type of chimpanzee, eats an ice lolly during a hot day at Twycross Zoo, central England July...
TWYCROSS, United Kingdom
Bonobo eats ice lolly during hot day at Twycross Zoo
A bonobo, a type of chimpanzee, eats an ice lolly during a hot day at Twycross Zoo, central England July 28, 2008. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTX876R
July 28, 2008
Bonobos, a type of chimpanzee, eat ice lollies during hot weather at Twycross Zoo, central England July...
TWYCROSS, United Kingdom
Bonobos eat ice lollies during hot weather at Twycross Zoo
Bonobos, a type of chimpanzee, eat ice lollies during hot weather at Twycross Zoo, central England July 28, 2008. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IVD9
November 01, 2006
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, copulate in a pond at a sanctuary...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
Bonobo apes copulate in a pond at a sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, copulate in a pond at a sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans and are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IVD8
November 01, 2006
Caretaker Yvonne Vela carries orphaned bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
Caretaker Yvonne Vela carries orphaned bonobo apes at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary just outside the capital...
Caretaker Yvonne Vela carries orphaned bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans and are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IVD6
November 01, 2006
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, stands in a pond at Lola Ya...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, stands in a pond at Lola Ya...
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, stands in a pond at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans and are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IVD3
November 01, 2006
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, receives medication at Lola...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, receives medication at Lola...
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, receives medication at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans and are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IVD1
November 01, 2006
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, groom one another at a sanctuary...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, groom one another at a sanctuary...
Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, groom one another at a sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans, but are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IVD0
November 01, 2006
A young bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, clings to its mother...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
A young bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, clings to its mother...
A young bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, clings to its mother at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans and are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IVCZ
November 01, 2006
Caretaker Henriette Lubondo carries orphaned bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
Caretaker Lubondo carries orphaned bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative,...
Caretaker Henriette Lubondo carries orphaned bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans and are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IVCX
November 01, 2006
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, sits in the grass at Lola Ya...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, sits in the grass at Lola Ya...
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, sits in the grass at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans and are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IVCW
November 01, 2006
A young bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, eats with its mother...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
A young bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, eats with its mother...
A young bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, eats with its mother at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans and are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IVCV
November 01, 2006
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, carries bananas across a pond...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, carries bananas across a pond...
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, carries bananas across a pond at a sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans and are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IVCU
November 01, 2006
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, is fed at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, is fed at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary...
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, is fed at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans and are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IVCT
November 01, 2006
A young bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, clings to its mother...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
A young bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, clings to its mother...
A young bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, clings to its mother at Lola Ya Bonobo sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans and are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IVCS
November 01, 2006
Bonobo apes, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, rest at a sanctuary just outside...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
Bonobo apes, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, rest at a sanctuary just outside...
Bonobo apes, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, rest at a sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans, but are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTR1IVCQ
November 01, 2006
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, sits at a sanctuary just outside...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, sits at a sanctuary just outside...
A bonobo ape, a primate unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, sits at a sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans, but are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
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Bonobo Apes in Congo - 31 Oct 2006
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CONGO
RTRMS2D
September 06, 2005
Claudine Andre, the founder of the Lola ya Bonobo (Bonobo Paradise) sanctuary, greets a bonobo just outside...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
Claudine Andre greets a bonobo outside Kinshasa, Congo.
Claudine Andre, the founder of the Lola ya Bonobo (Bonobo Paradise) sanctuary, greets a bonobo just outside the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital of Kinshasa, September 6, 2005. Pygmy chimpanzees dubbed "hippies of the forest" for resolving conflicts through sex rather than violence are dying out faster than ever in post-war Democratic Republic of Congo, a conservationist said on Tuesday. REUTERS/David Lewis DGL/RSS/JK
CONGO
RTRMS3B
September 05, 2005
A bonobo chews on a piece of stick at Lola ya Bonobo (Bonobo Paradise) sanctuary, outside the Democratic...
Kinshasa, multiple countries
A bonobo chews on a piece of stick in a sanctuary outside Kinshasa, Congo.
A bonobo chews on a piece of stick at Lola ya Bonobo (Bonobo Paradise) sanctuary, outside the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital of Kinshasa, September 5, 2005. Pygmy chimpanzees dubbed "hippies of the forest" for resolving conflicts through sex rather than violence are dying out faster than ever in post-war Democratic Republic of Congo, a conservationist said on Tuesday. Picture taken September 5, 2005. REUTERS/David Lewis DGL/RSS/JK
BELGIUM ZOO
RTRDGS2
October 15, 2004
Hortense, a Bonobo from the Congo, cradles her one-month-old offspring at the Plankendael zoo, near Brussels...
Mechelen, Belgium
A Bonobo cradles her one-month-old offspring at the Plankendael zoo.
Hortense, a Bonobo from the Congo, cradles her one-month-old offspring at the Plankendael zoo, near Brussels October 15, 2004. The Plankendael park specilalises in breeding rare endangered species. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir FLR/GB
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