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Gombe, commonly known as Gombe State to differentiate between Gombe and the town of Gombe, is situated in north-eastern Nigeria, is one of the country's 36 states, and its main town is Gombe. Its borders are similar to those of the Tangale-Waja Chiefdom and the Gombe Emirate, a traditionally established state.

This state, also known as the jewel of excellence, was founded in October 1996 by the former Bauchi state, by the army regime of Abacha. Gombe has an area of 20,265 km and a total of 2,365,000 inhabitants (as of 2006).[1] Gombe has two different climate zones, the arid period (November-March) and the wet period (April-October) with an annual precipitation of 850 mm.

The Gombe has 11 areas of government and 14 Emirates / Chefdoms. The state of Gombe is made up of eleven (11) areas of government. The Gombe State is a multi-ethnic community that is made up of the dominating strain of the Gulani, who live in the north of the Gombe State, and the Tangale, who rule the south of the state.

After Hausa, the second biggest ethnical group is Tera, which occupies most of the local government of Yamaltu Deba. Gombe, the state capitol, is a mirror of the heterogeneity of the state.

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With no university education to direct her research, Mr. G. observed things that might have missed rigorous science Doctrine. Instead of naming the number of the monkeys she was observing, she gave them Fifi and David Greybeard and noticed that they had singular and distinct characters, an unusual concept at the inception. 4 ] She also watched behavior such as hugging, kissing, patting on the back, and even tickle, which humans see as recognizable acts of man.

Mr. Gutall emphasizes that these actions are proof of "the strong, supporting, and loving ties that evolve between members of the families and other individual members within a fellowship that can endure a lifecycle of more than 50 years. "4 "4] These results suggest that human and chimpanzee resemblances coexist in more than just genetics, but can be seen in emotions, intellect, familial and societal relations.

Contrary to the peace and love she witnessed, in Gombe she also found an aggressiveness of natural chimpanzees. Observing a group of hunters isolating a kolobus macaque high in a forest and blocking all possible exit points, Lord Godall saw a male jungle man climb up and catch and kill the kolobus.

The Gombe peasants kills and eats up to a third of the park's total collecobus each year. Observing dominating female, which consciously killed the young of other female troops to keep their dominance, Goodall[4] sometimes even saw them cannibalistic. She says about this revelation: "In the first ten years of my studies I had thought that the Gombe Cheimpanzees were for the most part rather nice than people.

Then, all of a sudden, we found out that monkeys could be violent - that, like us, they had a dark side to their natures. "9 "9] These results revolutionised today's understanding of chimp nutrition and dietary behaviour and were further proof of the common ground between man and chimp, albeit in a much gloomier way.

Gombe National Parks biological diversity is primarily endangered by man. Although 25% of Tanzania is invested in preserves and preserves, the number of wildlife is still decreasing. 13 ] This is mainly due to the absence of cooperation between farm managers, the public sector and local people. 13 ] Villages often lay between parklands and become barriers for livestock travelling between conservation areas.

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Hop up ^ Detwiler, Kate M. (2004-01-01). Hybridisation between redtail monkeys (Cercopithecus ascanius) and blue monkeys (C. mitis) in East African forests. Hop up to: a g l e n Jane Goodwill, "Learning from the chimpanzees: Science, 1998: "A human understanding message". Hop up to: a d e d e Guteall, Jane.

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