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Bonobo Apes in Congo - 31 Oct 2006
Bonobo Apes in Congo - 31 Oct 2006
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
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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)
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