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.

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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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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.

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Mountain Gorillas in Rwanda

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Spending time with a family of Mountain Gorillas is an unforgettable experience and a privilege. Access to the gorillas is restricted. Get in touch for information about permits and where to stay to make the most of your trek.

Spending time with a family of Mountain Gorillas is an unforgettable experience and a privilege. Access to the gorillas is restricted. Get in touch for information about permits and where to stay to make the most of your trek.

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Although strong and powerful, gorillas are generally gentle and shy.

Kick back and chill by Alan Chung, US ‘After more than two hours hiking with rangers in Volcanoes national park, Rwanda, Alan came across the “Hirwa” family group (meaning “the lucky one”). This group of 16 mountain gorillas is led by a single strong silverback. They were feeding on young bamboo shoots and relaxing in a leafy open spot.’

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Kick back and chill by Alan Chung, US ‘After more than two hours hiking with rangers in Volcanoes national park, Rwanda, Alan came across the “Hirwa” family group (meaning “the lucky one”). This group of 16 mountain gorillas is led by a single strong silverback. They were feeding on young bamboo shoots and relaxing in a leafy open spot.’

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

Mountain Gorillas, Mountain Gorilla Pictures, Mountain Gorilla Facts - National Geographic

Learn all you wanted to know about mountain gorillas with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

Mountain Gorilla: Their habitat is shrinking, and fewer than 700 remain. 2013 Critically Endangered Species

Conservation helps to protect animals like the gorillas for future generations. Gorillas are found in just two isolated populations. Check out these two wwf gorilla videos.

Check out this story Le Big Trip on Mountain Gorillas #travel #widlife #rwanda

Meet the Mountain Gorillas Le Big Trip

Check out this story Le Big Trip on Mountain Gorillas #travel #widlife #rwanda

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