The National Museum of Natural History in Paris, France has mounted a unique exhibition in Livingstone on endangered wildlife species, focusing on Great Apes.
Livingstone Museum Curator, Maggie Mwale says the traveling exhibition is receiving a positive response from local and international tourists in the Tourist Capital.
Ms Mwale has urged people to visit the Livingstone Museum to learn about the endangered wildlife species from the exhibition.
She said in an interview with ZNBC News in Livingstone that the traveling exhibition aims at educating the public on the Great Apes, which are endangered, and how humans can co-exist with different wildlife species.
Ms Mwale says the National Museum of Natural History in Paris is also conducting research on the remedies which Apes used to find out if they can help in human health.