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This story takes place in the heart of Africa, where humans and animals alike have long suffered a history of violence and instability. It is the home of the endangered mountain gorillas, and where Dian Fossey conducted her intimate research on their world. Photographers Michael Nichols and Brent Stirton discuss the significance of the recent mountain gorilla killings in the Democratic Republic of Congo.



Link: Gorilla Massacre
Client: National Geographic
Published: November 18, 2007
awards

2008
Pictures of the Year International (2nd)
Multimedia Feature Story
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