Chimpanzees in the Ntakata and Kakungu Areas , Tanzania

  title={Chimpanzees in the Ntakata and Kakungu Areas , Tanzania},
  author={Hideshi Ogawa and Jim Moore and Shadrack Kamenya},
Abstract: Surveys were carried out for chimpanzees, Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii, in the areas of Ntakata (300 km2 between the Mkamba River and the Lubalisi River, 05°45′ –06°15′ S, 30°00′ –30°15′ E), and Kakungu (200 km2 between the Lubalisi River and the sources of the Rubufu River, 05°55′ –06°15′ S, 30°00′ –30°15′ E), Tanzania, during the dry seasons of 2001 and 2003. The predominant vegetation was savanna woodland with forest patches (mainly along watercourses and hillsides). Population… CONTINUE READING
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