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In this Sept. 2, 2019 photo, a silverback mountain gorilla named Segasira looks up as he lies under a tree in the Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda. The late American primatologist Dian Fossey, who began the world's longest-running gorilla study here in 1967, would likely be surprised any mountain gorillas are left to study. Alarmed by rising rates of poaching and deforestation in central Africa, she predicted the species could go extinct by 2000. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

In this Sept. 2, 2019 photo, a silverback mountain gorilla named Segasira looks up as he lies under a tree in the Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda. The late American primatologist Dian Fossey, who began the world's longest-running gorilla study here in 1967, would likely be surprised any mountain gorillas are left to study. Alarmed by rising rates of poaching and deforestation in central Africa, she predicted the species could go extinct by 2000. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

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