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Alexander Mabey Post 1

11 Apr 2017, 16:00

Gorillas

Bwindi park was established to protect endangered wildlife and originally protected in a hostile way. This caused problems with the local people so this had to be changed. The people no longer go into the forest as much if they can grow what they need they can grow it outside of the forest. The people make more money from tourism than hunting animals. I think this is good.   

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Amy King Post 2 (summarised) in reply to 1

10 Feb 2018, 14:42
I think that it is good and I certainly think...
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