Footpath (track) into the green African jungle - Stock image

Africa, Central Africa, Lake, Lake Tanganyika, Rainforest

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Stock photo ID:182765163
Upload date:September 30, 2013


'As narrow path/track leads deep into the African jungle at Gombe National Park, Tanzania. Gombe National Park is located directly at the shores of Lake Tanganyika (in the triangle of the countries Tanzania, Congo and Burundi), the terrain is distinguished by steep valleys, and the forest vegetation ranges from grassland to alpine bamboo to tropical rainforest.Gombe is world famous for its Chimpanzee population. Before 1960, almost nothing was known about chimpanzee behaviour in their natural habitat. This changed after Jane Goodall began her studies about the chimpanzees in Gombe - she pionieered the research on the chimpanzees and the research work in Gombe is still going on. See other pictures of this series:'
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