Danish Wolves and Liberian Chimps

April 2014: It is suspected by a group of wolf enthusiasts in Denmark that the country probably has its first resident wolf family for over 200 years, reports Rewilding Europe.
http://www.wildlifeextra.com/go/news/wolf-denmark-200.html#cr

April 2014: An international research team has been conducting a census of chimpanzees and other large mammals living in Liberia, West Africa. This has revealed that the country is home to 7000 chimpanzees and, therefore, has the second largest known population of the western subspecies of chimpanzees.

I wonder if they found any Pygmy Hippos?

http://www.wildlifeextra.com/go/news/liberia-chimps-687.html#cr

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