Emma Stokes

Conservation Scientist, Wildlife Conservation Society

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Conservation scientist with the Wildlife Conservation Society

Emma Stokes on KCRW

Based on estimates made in the 1980's, scientists have believed that the lowland gorillas of Western Africa were facing extinction.

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Based on estimates made in the 1980's, scientists have believed that the lowland gorillas of Western Africa were facing extinction.

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