Uganda biodiversity fund gives 360m for chimps & livelihood

“As chimpanzees eat crops some of the local people become desperate in light of the fact that they don’t have another way for survival and out of outrage they attack the chimpanzees,” said Dr. Panta Kasoma. At the point these primates get in the gardens of the local people those live near Kasongoire forest in Masindi region, the impacts incorporate food security and loss of income. This has prompted revenge attacks against chimpanzees, which are believed to be endangered species. Such attacks to the chimpanzees need to fatalities, as per the report released by Uganda Biodiversity Fund (UBF). “There has…

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