(New York Post) Ebola poses the greatest threat to the survival of gorillas and chimps, a third of which have died from the deadly virus since the 1990s.
The disease is even deadlier for the great apes than it is for humans, according to the report in The Conversation, a nonprofit media outlet.
Mortality rates for gorillas are about 95 percent and 77 percent for chimpanzees. For humans, it is about 50 percent.
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