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Problematic of Baboons incursions of Kahuzi Biega National Park (KBNP) to agricultural sites of Bugorhe's village, Souf-Kivu, DRC


[ Problématique des incursions de babouins du Parc National de Kahuzi-Biega (PNKB) vers les sites agricoles du groupement de Bugorhe, Sud-Kivu, RD Congo ]

Volume 13, Issue 1, January 2015, Pages 83–88

 Problematic of Baboons incursions of Kahuzi Biega National Park (KBNP)  to agricultural sites of Bugorhe's village, Souf-Kivu, DRC

Josué Fikiri Kwigonda, Jules KULIMUSHI Mushobekwa Mushobekwa, and Augustin BISIMWA

Original language: French

Received 9 October 2014

Copyright © 2015 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


This work is a contribution to the study of faun-human interactions in the surroundings of the Kahuzi-Biega National Park.
The subject matter of our study focuses on human reports on the fauna, in the situation where will animals predators being plants, present some risks of human contamination.
In fact, our investigation has shown that certain plants preferred by KBNP primates constitute a common point between the PBNK faun and Bugorhe population.
The microscope analyses done in the laboratory show that the KBNP done in the laboratory show that the KBNP Baboons, pets and Bugorhe citizens have parasites, sometimes common to different groups. This presets the risks of zoo noses and other occasional diseases for both the PNKB faun and the Bugorhe population.


Author Keywords: Faun-human, agricultural sites, parasitizes, zoo noses, emergent illness.


Abstract: (french)


Ce travail est une contribution à l 'étude des interactions faune-homme dans les environs du PNKB.
La problématique de notre travail porte sur les rapports humains à la faune dans les situations où les animaux sauvages prédateurs des cultures vivrières présentent des risques de contaminations chez l'homme.
En effet, nos investigations ont montré que certaines cultures préférées par les primates (Babouins) du PNKB constituent le point de jonction entre la faune sauvage du PNKB et la population du groupement de Bugorhe.
Les analyses microscopiques faites au laboratoire montrent que les Babouins du PNKB, les animaux domestiques et l'homme du groupement de Bugorhe hébergent des parasites, et parfois des parasites communs à ces 3groupes zoologiques différents. Ce qui dénote le risque d'expansion de zoonoses et des maladies émergentes pour la faune sauvage du PNKB et pour la population de Bugorhe.


Author Keywords: Faune-homme, sites agricoles, parasites, zoonoses, maladies émergentes.


How to Cite this Article


Josué Fikiri Kwigonda, Jules KULIMUSHI Mushobekwa Mushobekwa, and Augustin BISIMWA, “Problematic of Baboons incursions of Kahuzi Biega National Park (KBNP) to agricultural sites of Bugorhe's village, Souf-Kivu, DRC,” International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 83–88, January 2015.