Meanwhile... Covid-19 poses a threat to great apes

Meanwhile, experts around the world fear the Covid-19 could wipe out the last great apes. NGOs Gorilla Doctors and FOUR PAWS International are fighting to avoid their contamination.


Great apes are also threatened by the coronavirus epidemic. National parks as well as shelters are getting organized to avoid contamination of these already endangered species. In the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo, preventive measures have been taken to protect mountain gorillas. Since March 23, the park has been closed to tourists, who are the first to pose a threat of contamination. On the island of Borneo, in Indonesia, these baby orangutans were rescued by the rehabilitation program Four Paws Forest School. As the number of coronavirus cases increases in Indonesia, the organization has taken strict hygiene measures to prevent primates from becoming infected.


04/03/2020 7:09 AM


  • Abdul R.
    04/08/2020 15:24

    Let them live their life plz don't go nd contaminate them with human diseases.

  • Pratima B.
    04/04/2020 16:06

    God bless the speechless.

  • Adrian R.
    04/04/2020 09:53

    did you know this ?

  • Sukhi D.
    04/04/2020 09:05

    spitting krte ho Doctors pe stone pelting krte ho Laanat Laanat Laanat Saalo KO jahaanum bhi naseeb nhi hogi Allah inko Qayamat me Qayamat tak Qayamat Ki aag me jalaye

  • Ihsaan Malik
    04/03/2020 19:54

    sty at home and tackcear himself

  • Brut India
    04/03/2020 10:34

    On the other hand, this outbreak has forced many peoples into their homes, and many wild animals out of theirs:

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