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Photo slideshow of Gabon

Photo highlights from Gabon . More pictures from Gabon are available at Gabon images. Unless otherwise specified, images were taken by Rhett A. Butler and are copyright mongabay.com 1994-2012.

This slideshow presently lacks captions. In the meantime, captions for all the photos are available at Gabon images.

If you are interested in buying prints or high resolution downloads of any of these images, you can do so via the Gabon photo gallery. Prints and high resolution images are "clean" — they don't carry the "PROOF" label.



Buy prints/high resolution downloads. Find the caption/description for this image at Gabon images.




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A study published last week in Science showed that most of the ivory being trafficked today comes from two areas in Africa: savanna elephant ivory from southeast Tanzania in East Africa and forest elephant ivory from ...

There's a new cat in town. For the first time since 1996, conservationists have proof of a lion roaming the wilds ...

According to the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), global destruction of mangrove forests impacts biodiversity, food security, and the lives and ...

Loss of tropical forests accelerated roughly 60 percent during the 2000s, argues a paper published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters. ...

Selective logging is causing long-term changes to tropical forests in Africa by facilitating the growth of weeds and vines, which reduces ...

Gabon has once again made headlines for a bold conservation initiative.

Climate change is likely to alter how we humans grow adequate amounts of food for a swelling global population. Assessing just ...

There's nothing in the world like a primary forest, which has never been industrially logged or cleared by humans. They are ...

Africa remains something of an untapped mineral resource, as the vast majority of extraction occurs elsewhere. However, a new report documents ...

As palm oil producers increasingly look to Africa’s tropical forests as suitable candidates for their next plantations, primate scientists are sounding ...

Carbon emissions from selective logging operations in tropical rainforests are roughly a sixth of those from outright forest clearing, finds a ...

A sensor used by researchers to capture low-frequency communication between elephants inadvertently recorded the audio of an elephant being gunned down ...

The reintroduction of captive gorillas to areas where they have been hunted to extinction appears to working, suggesting a possible new ...

Gabon has lost most of its big meat-eaters including lions, spotted hyenas, and African wild dogs (although it's still home to ...

Deforestation has fallen in Congo Basin countries over the past decade despite a sharp increase in the rate of forest clearing ...

Gabon has agreed to help battle poaching in protected areas in the Central African Republic following an elephant massacre at a ...

An environmental activist in Gabon is facing jail time and a $10,000 fine over his campaign against a Singaporean agroindustrial giant's ...

What happens to animals when their forest is cut down? If they can, they migrate to different forests. But in an ...

More than 60 percent of Africa's forest elephants have been killed in the past decade due to the ivory trade, reports ...

Surveys in Gabon's Minkebe National Park have revealed rare and hard data on the scale of the illegal ivory trade over ...
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