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The Goualougo Triangle - In Conversation with David Morgan

Blog 1st Nov, 2019

David Morgan and Crickette Sanz are co-directors of the Goualougo Triangle Ape Research Project which is a long-term research project focusing on the behavioural ecology of chimpanzees and gorillas in the Congo Basin. David, who is based at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, has been working in the Republic of Congo around the The Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park since 1996. Here he explains the history, the status and the importance of the Goualougo Triangle.


Ajita Chowhan

Ajita is Olam’s Consulting Editor based out of Republic of the Congo. She is a digital multimedia story-teller with an industry expertise of 15 years in print and digital mediums. She pursues long-term travel with a purpose of engaging with the communities and being a medium to tell their stories through pictures, documentaries, articles and graphics.

She has travelled to more countries than her age, cities spread across five continents. She has been widely published in international journals and magazines.

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