En Ouganda, un des derniers gorilles de montagne à dos argenté a été tué avec un objet tranchant. La police détient quatre suspects. Ils sont passibles de la peine de mort ou d’une amende de 4,8 millions d’euros, rapporte la BBC ce vendredi 12 juin.
Rafiki avait autour de 25 ans et était le chef d’un groupe de 17 gorilles de montagne vivant dans le parc national Bwindi Impenetrable. Il ne reste plus qu’un millier de singes de cette espèce selon l’Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA).
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