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Following the world's last mountain gorillas.

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aired 839 days ago
Marembo and Rukina battle for control of their group; a 10-month old gorilla is caught in a potentially fatal encounter.
aired 839 days ago
Little Imoja is the sole responsibility of her father after being abandoned by her mother; a gorilla gets caught by a poacher; scientists hope to conserve the remaining families.

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