Too many gorillas? 'Great apes' struggle for space in Rwanda

With hundreds of mountain gorillas in residence, the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda is a conservation triumph. But the animals' resurgence is not without consequences, as the majestic creatures find themselves struggling for space to grow and thrive. In a bid to address the issue, Rwanda plans to expand the park, adding 23 percent more surface area over the next decade.

Too many gorillas? 'Great apes' struggle for space in Rwanda
With hundreds of mountain gorillas in residence, the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda is a conservation triumph. But the animals' resurgence is not without consequences, as the majestic creatures find themselves struggling for space to grow and thrive. In a bid to address the issue, Rwanda plans to expand the park, adding 23 percent more surface area over the next decade.