Rwanda Named 24 Adorable Gorillas For Conservation Efforts
The Rwanda government has held the mountain gorilla naming ceremony since 2005 to highlight conservation efforts for the endangered species.By Samantha Crook | September 5, 2015
The Rwandan government named 24 baby gorillas Saturday.
The naming ceremony, Kwita Izina, happens every year in Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park.
The event highlights Rwanda's role in the conservation of critically endangered mountain gorillas, tourism and economic development in the country. (Video via Jason Tester Guerilla Fuentes / CC BY ND 2.0)