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Increased access is also likely to exacerbate poaching pressure. While most habitat loss in the region is the result of small-scale agriculture, commercial logging and industrial agriculture e. The small size of the Cross River Gorilla population and its constituent subpopulations means that this subspecies is potentially at risk from inbreeding and loss of genetic diversity.

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