Introduction to ecosystems
Introduction to ecosystems

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Discuss the problems faced by the Bwindi Inpenetrable National Park in conserving their population of gorillas. Are there any general conclusions that can be drawn from the gorillas that can be applied to the conservation of other species?

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Gorillas10/02/18, 14:42
Amy King
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Gorrilla conservation at Bwindi20/06/15, 15:59
Nicole Hoare
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Ecosystems4/11/14, 17:30
Rosemary Beale
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