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“When I first started out there were only about five lodges, now there are as many as 70,” says Dr Gladys. “The lodges have created jobs, the NGOs have created jobs.” Gorilla tourism has boosted the entire regional economy, she says, and now the revenues it generates covers much of the cost of running Uganda’s wildlife protection service.

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