Silver-back Mountain Gorilla in Rwanda, with little baby. Silver-back is a term used for adult male Gorillas of all their species.

Silver-back Mountain Gorilla in Rwanda, with little baby. Silver-back is a term used for adult male Gorillas of all their species.

A male gorilla grooms a baby gorilla. (Photo copyright © The Dian Fossey Gorilla…

A male gorilla grooms a baby gorilla. (Photo copyright © The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International)

Master of his Domain Photo by Christopher Whittier — National Geographic Your Shot

Master of his Domain Photo by Christopher Whittier — National Geographic Your Shot. Master of his Domain "A young silverback mountain gorilla pauses as the clouds lift to reveal Mt Sabinyo, one of the extinct Virunga volcanoes.

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Information about the word Gorilla and Gorrilla as well pictures of mountain silverback gorilla.

For this mountain gorilla whose mother was killed by poachers, the pain is all…

Man Comforts Gorilla Who Just Lost His Mom

For This Mountain Gorilla whose mother was killed by poachers, the pain is all too real. In an emotional display of mourning, the dismayed gorilla holds onto Park Ranger: Patrick Karabaranga for support.

Gorilla Tracking at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (Uganda), www.instinctsafaris.com

Gorilla Tracking at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (Uganda). 'Nothing can really prepare you for that first moment as you stand just metres away from a family of mountain gorillas. It’s an utterly humbling experience. Particularly that first glimpse of

Gorillas Pet Tourist In Uganda (VIDEO)

WATCH: Gorillas Pet Tourist In Uganda

Touched by a Wild Mountain Gorilla (HD Version) -An amazing chance encounter with a troop of wild mountain gorillas near Bwindi National Park, Uganda

Mountain gorilla,Rwanda, By Thierry Riols    Just try to tell me you don't see intelligence in those eyes.

Mountain gorilla,Rwanda, By Thierry Riols Just try to tell me you don't see intelligence in those eyes.

Ranger Andre Baunma with a gorilla who has been orphaned and is now being cared for at the Mikeno Lodge, Virunga National Park

Meet the gentle giants of the mountains on the brink of extinction

An orphaned Mountain gorilla gives caretaker André Bauma a hug at the Senkwekwe Center near Virunga National Park in DR Congo.

The mountain gorilla (Gorilla beringei) is the largest of the four gorilla subspecies. Its natural range in the highlands of east-central Africa consists of two relatively small areas, a factor that has made it extremely vulnerable to a variety of human-related threats. Ongoing wars and poverty in the region have facilitated the illegal hunting of gorillas as well as illegal timber harvesting that has further reduced the mountain gorilla’s habitat. Fewer than 700 are known to exist in the…

Just 880 Mountain Gorillas exist on Earth today, and those numbers have been hard won. Habitat loss, poaching, disease, and war have brought their numbers to the brink more than once.

"And You really think he was going to be on your side? He only has One side. HIS SIDE." "Assholes."

Phil the gorilla was the king of the Zoo who captivated visitors for 17 years. He grew into a powerful presence and one of the largest gorillas on record.

This is Guhonda photographed by me in November 2012. He is the largest silverback of the mountain gorillas at present and heads the Sabyinyo group in Rwanda

Captain: "I guess I'll pose for this picture." This is Guhonda photographed by me in November He is the largest silverback of the mountain gorillas at present and heads the Sabyinyo group in Rwanda

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