Ofir Drori

Last Great Ape

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Head of the Last Great Ape, which targets animal traffickers in Africa, and author of The Last Great Ape: A Journey Through Africa and a Fight for the Heart of a Continent

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Just over a century ago, there were an estimated two million chimpanzees living in Africa.

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