African leaf-eating monkeys may likely to be wiped out’of the region by climate change & Human attacked

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In a research conducted by An African Climatologist,and network of members of African forestry shows that ,Increasing Global warming and climate change factors with continues attack on wild life animals by human being , seems to be a greatest threat to both monkeys and apes and other animals in the entire forestry of African continent,

African monkeys and apes that have a high percentage of leaves in their diet are geographically more restricted even now, being confined to a relatively narrow region around the equator. However, fruit-eating species like the baboons and guenon monkeys of Africa typically have a much wider latitudinal range and can cope with a wider range of climatic conditions.

The continuous activities negative of hunters that keep burning the forestry in search of wild life Animals has equally contributed immensely in killing so many species of plant in which the animals uses as foods,while the forestry is turning to desert,many animals including the monkeys migrated to other countries where they can be safe from such an attack

Monkey species will become ‘increasingly at risk of extinction’ because of global warming, Populations of monkeys and apes in Africa that depend largely on a diet of leaves may be wiped out by a rise in annual temperatures of two degrees Celsius

African monkeys and apes that have a high percentage of leaves in their diet are geographically more restricted even now, being confined to a relatively narrow region around the equator

Climate change is not only an increasing concern for humans but rising sea levels and climbing temperatures may also threaten our closest cousins – monkeys, apes and lemurs,

African Climate reporters therefore deem it fit to also support African Union in the fight against deforestation and rise against climate change in the region

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