WCS Congo

Natural Resource Use

The wildlife, plants and humans that are found in the forests of the Congo Basin have lived in delicate equilibrium for tens of thousands of years. The forest has long been a source of food and shelter for hunter-gatherer societies, who have been hunting duikers, bush pigs, monkeys and other mammals for many generations. Animal products, such as horns, feathers and bones also play an important role in cultural and religious ceremonies.

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WCS Congo Program
B.P. 14537 Brazzaville, Republic of Congo
+(242) 05 722 7411

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