Figure 1. Locations of human Ebola virus (EBOV) outbreaks in Central Africa and capture site of potential wildlife reservoirs in study of role of wildlife in emergence of Ebola virus, Democratic Republic of the Congo, 2017. A) Reported human EBOV outbreaks in central Africa. Diamonds indicate the approximate locations where each outbreak started. Outbreak year(s) are shown in brackets. Bas-Uele province is highlighted in dark gray. B) Overview of the area where the 2017 EBOV outbreak occurred (Likati Health Zone, Bas-Uele, Democratic Republic of the Congo). Black dots indicate villages and Eidolon helvum bat colony; red dots indicate sites where mammals were captured in this study. C) Study area at and around Kaigbono village, with most capture sites indicated.