Pan troglodytes

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Known and estimated distributions of extant chimpanzee populations (Pan troglodytes and Pan paniscus) in equatorial Africa

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1979
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Les grands singes et le FSC : mise en oeuvre de pratiques d’exploitation favorables aux grands singes dans les concessions forestières en Afrique centrale

Ce document a pour objectif de définir un cadre permettant aux compagnies forestières adhérant à la certification du Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) de catalyser la préservation des grands singes africains.

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2013
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Great apes and FSC : implementing ‘ape friendly’ practices in Central Africa’s logging concessions

The objective of this document is to outline a framework within which logging companies adhering to Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) certification can be the catalyst needed to ensure the long-term preservation of African great apes.

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2013
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Gorilles de Grauer et chimpanzés de l'’Est de la République Démocratique du Congo (Paysage de Kahuzi-Biega, Maiko, Tayna et Itombwe) : plan d'’action pour la conservation 2012-2022

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2012
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Grauer's gorillas and chimpanzees in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (Kahuzi-Biega, Maiko, Tayna and Itombwe landscape) : conservation action plan 2012–-2022

In 2011, the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) convened conservation partners to develop a conservation action plan for great apes in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), with financial support from the Arcus Foundation.

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2012
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Primates of West Africa : a field guide and natural history

West Africa, from the coast of Senegal to Lake Chad and Cameroon's Sanaga River, is home to 60 primate species and subspecies, 46 of which occur nowhere else. They range from the nocturnal angwantibo, pottos, and galagos, to the mangabeys, baboons, and the drill, to guenons and colobus monkeys.

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2011
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Chimpanzés d'Afrique de l'Ouest : état de conservation de l'espèce et plan d'action

Les chimpanzés vivent à l’état sauvage uniquement en Afrique tropicale où leur population a diminué de plus de 66% au cours des trente dernières années.

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2004
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West African chimpanzees : status survey and conservation action plan

Wild chimpanzees are only found in tropical Africa, where their populations have declined by more than 66% in the last 30 years. This action plan focuses on one of the four chimpanzee subspecies, the western chimpanzee, which is one of the two subspecies most threatened with extinction.

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2003
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