Mountain gorillas of Central Africa slowly increase in number

It is a fragile success story. Their status went from 'critically endangered' for years to now 'endangered'.

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    It is one of the world's most endangered species. But the mountain gorillas of Central Africa are making a slow but fragile return from the brink of extinction.

    Since 2010, their population has increased by a quarter to just over 1,000.

    Al Jazeera's Stefanie Dekker reports from the Virunga Mountains in Rwanda, which is leading conservation efforts.


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