The Coolest Selfie Ever? Poaching Rangers Pose With Gorillas

The internet is obsessed with photos of anti-poaching rangers standing with the gorillas they guard. “I was a kid when I discovered gorillas had pockets,” one guy said.

Ranger Mathieu Shamavu, Virunga National Park “I’ve been staring at this photo incredibly perplexed for a good 5 minutes,” said another. For the first 5 minutes, I thought it was a human. “I’m still not sure.” Then came this selfie with the gorillas, which was even more human-like.

Virunga National Park Ranger Mathieu Shamavu recently shared a beautiful photo that went viral. Rangers must go through extensive training to protect the park’s magnificent species. Please consider donating to the park as every dollar counts.

Virunga National Park. Virunga National Park is home to 218 mammals, 706 birds, 109 reptiles, 78 amphibians, and 22 primate species. The park is home to one-third of the world’s severely endangered mountain gorillas.

“We share a bond.” The guardians and gorillas have a really tight relationship,” says Senkwekwe Centre manager Andre Bauma. The region is home to the remaining 880 mountain gorillas and was founded in 1925 to protect them. UNESCO named it a World Heritage Site in 1979.

Virunga National Park Orphan Gorilla photographs from last year went viral. The rangers were seen cuddling an orphaned gorilla. His parents, like many others, were victims of gorilla poaching.

Virunga National Park. By giving to the park, you can help the animals and those who work tirelessly to safeguard nature.

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