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Which apes are endangered?

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Western lowland gorillas,Mountain Gorillas,Eastern lowland gorrilas,Cross River Gorillas,Western Chimpanzees,Central Chimpanzees,Eastern Chimpanzees,Eastern Nigerian-west Cameroon chimpanzees.

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