Nature Watch: Endangered Gorillas Seen in Congo

It's not every day that researchers found 125,000 lowland gorillas, and it's not everyday you see a picture like this. The gorillas, members of an endangered subspecies, were found in an area of the Congo Republic. Here you see a baby western lowland gorilla waving from the back of its mother. (Photo by Thomas Breuer/Wildlife Conservation Society-Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.) Read about the discovery in the New York Times (and don't miss the slide show).--David Schonauer

It's not every day that researchers found 125,000 lowland gorillas, and it's not everyday you see a picture like this. The gorillas, members of an endangered subspecies, were found in an area of the Congo Republic. Here you see a baby western lowland gorilla waving from the back of its mother. (Photo by Thomas Breuer/Wildlife Conservation Society-Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.) Read about the discovery in the New York Times (and don't miss the slide show).--David Schonauer