Sierra Leone’s chimpanzees have lost a third of their habitat in the last 25 years

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Sierra Leone has lost 35% of its forest cover in the past 25 years due to deforestation. Its chimpanzee population has also been decimated and is 10 times smaller now than in the 1970s. The Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary is fighting to save the species. Story by Simon Martins, Sarah Sakho and Sam Bradpiece.

 

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