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Ndị ọkà mmụta sayensị na-echegbu onwe ha gbasara ọrịa COVID-19 nwere ike ibute chimpanzees

Chimpanzees are closer relatives to humans, making them vulnerable to infectious human diseases on closer contacts with tourists and people neighboring the parks.

Tanzania is home to chimpanzee communities in Mahale and Gombe national parks, while others have their natural habitats in Uganda, Rwanda, Congo and Gabon together with Mountain gorillas.

Conservationists in Africa have earlier last year raised their worries over possible transmission of Covid-19 from humans to Mountain gorillas and Chimpanzees in Africa.

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) had warned over possible spread of Covid-19 to Mountain gorillas living in Rwanda, Uganda, Congo and the entire equatorial forest region in Africa.

As the virus infects more people around the world, conservationists are warning of the risk of Africa’s endangered mountain gorillas.

WWF dọrọ aka na ntị na ụmụ anụ ọhịa na-eso ụmụ mmadụ na-ekerịta DNA na pasent 98, na-ekwu na ụmụ anụmanụ nọ n'ihe egwu ibute ọrịa coronavirus.

Congo, Rwanda, Uganda and Gabon are famous African countries protecting gorillas for tourism and nature heritage.

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