Last summer, six rare mountain gorillas were found shot in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's Virunga National Park. Who was responsible for the senseless killing of these creatures?
National Geographic Channel's Explorer: Gorilla Murders investigates, unraveling a web of corruption and how Virunga has become one of the most dangerous places on earth. Saturday, July 5, 2008 7 PM.
These stories often lack context and history. Listen to Brent Stirton on NPR's Fresh Air and to get to the root of the issue, read Georgianne Nienaber and keith harmon snow's "Gorilla Industry Exposed (Again) in Central Africa"
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