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New study: Gorillas fare better in logged forests than chimps

As timber companies move into Central Africa's forests, apes increasingly have to find ways to survive in the altered forests they call home. Scientists still don't know the full impact of logging on many animals, but now a new study suggests that gorillas stand a better chance of adapting to thinned-out forests than chimpanzees.

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