With limited resources, brave defenders, are dedicated to protecting wildlife from poachers.
It is impossible to separate the protection of the park from the needs of neighboring populations. The Director of the Park sheds some light on this subject.
How a small village could, thanks to the anti-poaching work, be reborn after the difficult years of mass poaching in Salonga National Park.
Two former rangers, veterans of the park, recall the days they were fighting against poaching.
The Salonga National Park being very difficult to access, the plane provides a vital link with the outside world.
The story of the LuiKotale Bonobo Project and the two German researchers, Barbara Fruth and Gottfried Hohmann, who have been the driving force behind this unique study site.