Rare Mountain Gorilla Born in Congo National Geographic - March 6, 2007
The rare birth of a baby mountain gorilla is giving African wildlife workers a reason to celebrate. Named Ndeze, the infant was born on February 17 in Virunga National Park in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), where rebel forces have recently been accused of slaughtering and eating the critically endangered great apes. Ndeze brings his family group up to 12 members, said WildlifeDirect, the African conservation nonprofit that yesterday announced the new arrival. Another female in the group is expected to give birth in coming weeks. Park rangers chose the name in honor of Rene Ndeze, a powerful local tribal chief who died two days before the newborn was discovered, even though the baby's sex isn't yet known.
Note: Ndeze (Anagram: 'end ez, EZ'). The baby gorilla was born on my birthday. This singles to me a new rebirth in the biogenetic experiment of our reality.
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