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Home to 350 individuals, the Bwindi National Park is home to almost half the world’s population of endangered mountain gorillas.

While filming the gorillas at a private safari camp in the national park, this man was accepted into a troop, sitting with the group for several minutes being groomed.

For the last two decades, adventurous wildlife enthusiasts have been climbing the forested mountains in Uganda to spend time with these beautiful animals.

To protect the gorillas, the park enforces strict rules including permits which are limited each day. It’s not possible to do the trek yourself.

Visitors must be accompanied by a local ranger whose job is to…

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