It's soft fluff with a face. I can't even handle it.

In pictures: Wildlife photo award

Ambam the Gorilla walks around his enclosure at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park in Kent. 27/01/2011

Ambam the Gorilla walks around his enclosure at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park in Kent. 27/01/2011

Mother's pride: Nimba the gorilla cradles her newborn baby after giving birth at Dutch zoo

Mother's pride: Nimba the gorilla cradles her newborn baby after giving birth at Dutch zoo

Mother's pride: Nimba the gorilla cradles her newborn baby after giving birth at Dutch zoo. I usually hate pinning animals in captivity, but this is a sweet photo ❤️

Standing tall, the gorilla who's become an internet sensation: Ambam shows off his party trick of walking tall like a human

Standing tall, the gorilla who's become an internet sensation: Ambam shows off his party trick of walking tall like a human

Ambam has shown that he still enjoys a good walk about as pictures emerged of him strolling around upright at Port Lympne wild animal park near Hythe, Kent

Gorillas in Rwanda: photography by Andy Rouse

Gorillas in Rwanda: photography by Andy Rouse

Gorillas in Rwanda: photography by Andy Rouse - Telegraph This hairdo is too much!

Hunting: The gorillas are also vulnerable to poachers, who make their way through the parks. Pictured: 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

Hunting: The gorillas are also vulnerable to poachers, who make their way through the parks. Pictured: Ranger Andre Baunma with a gorilla who has been orphaned and is now being cared for at the Mikeno Lodge, Virunga National Park

Only the fifth set of mountain gorilla twins ever to be reported in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park. The mountain gorilla is officially listed as critically endangered. This image by Diana Rebman was in the running for the 2013 Gerald Durrell Award for Endangered Species.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013

Only the fifth set of mountain gorilla twins ever to be reported in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park. The mountain gorilla is officially listed as critically endangered. This image by Diana Rebman was in the running for the 2013 Gerald Durrell Award for Endangered Species.

A lot of vehicles are inspired by cheetahs, jaguars, leopards, even the stallion. However, the Yamaha Nazo chooses to look at the gorilla instead. The Nazo’s frame does great justice to the gorilla’s form, with the frontal leaning posture and the heavy forearm inspired front fork.

A lot of vehicles are inspired by cheetahs, jaguars, leopards, even the stallion. However, the Yamaha Nazo chooses to look at the gorilla instead. The Nazo’s frame does great justice to the gorilla’s form, with the frontal leaning posture and the heavy forearm inspired front fork.

A once-in-a-lifetime close encounter with the (now) leader of the Mubare mountain gorilla family, Kanyonyi, of the Bwindi National Park in Uganda.

A once-in-a-lifetime close encounter with the (now) leader of the Mubare mountain gorilla family, Kanyonyi, of the Bwindi National Park in Uganda.

Andre Bauma with Ndakasi - "I felt obliged to stay with the gorillas here," Bauma says. "You must justify why you are on this earth - gorillas justify why I am here, they are my life. So if it is about dying, I will die for the gorillas."

My other children, the orphan gorillas of Virunga

Andre Bauma with Ndakasi - "I felt obliged to stay with the gorillas here," Bauma says. "You must justify why you are on this earth - gorillas justify why I am here, they are my life. So if it is about dying, I will die for the gorillas."

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