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African apes could lose 90% of their habitat by 2050, according to a new report

Climate change and human interference are the two main reasons for ape habitat decline. Image: Unsplash/Mike Arney

Olivia Rosane

Freelance Reporter, Ecowatch

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In the best case scenario, the apes would still lose 85 percent of their range. Image: Diversity and Distributions Sunday
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