WWF’s emergency campaign -- Draw the Line – aims to save Virunga, Africa’s oldest national park from oil drilling and possible de-gazettement. One of the most biodiverse places on Earth, Virunga is also a vital resource for local residents. Despite decades of unrest, the park generates US$40 million annually – much of this from tourists coming to see the famed mountain gorilla – to support local livelihoods, and is a source of fish protein and freshwater for tens of thousands of people. But this iconic place is under threat from oil exploration. Some lines should not be crossed, and drilling in Virunga is one of these.