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    without the primate species like western lowland Gorilla? All animals and plants help the world in some way. For example ,plants give off oxygen and help us breathe. Animals help keep all the animal population kept down and give us things we need. Primates such as the Western lowland gorilla have so many features as like a human. But the population of the primate world is going down. The Western Lowland Gorilla population is about only 100,000. The Western Lowland Gorilla is the most numerous and widespread

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    4/11/2016 Western lowland gorilla life History The Western Lowland Gorilla is most widespread specie out in the world today. They can be told different in a group because of their slightly smaller size, and brown­grey coat and auburn chest. These gorilla's can be found in many different places. Although as of now, their population is unknown and they are currently critically endangered. They are facing the Ebola virus. They can be mainly be found on the continent of Africa. Western lowland gorilla are

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    "Koko is the kind of daughter who, even at 32 likes to settle into her mom's lap and cuddle. Never mind that she is 300 pounds" (Adams 1999). When Koko, a baby gorilla at the San Francisco Zoo, was adopted by her mother, Dr. Francine "Penny" Patterson, she was suffering from malnutrition. Koko, one of the most recognized gorillas in the world, is able to communicate with humans through American Sign Language or Ameslan, the hand of the deaf, used by an estimated 200,000 deaf Americans (Patterson

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    subspecies of the western gorilla is unfortunately known for being the most threatened of all subspecies. It was initially considered a new species in 1904 when it was named Gorilla diehli, but its lifestyle was unknown for many years until further research made in the 1980s produced new interesting facts about its life. Despite being considered as a species before , new information led to consider them as subspecies of the western Gorilla. The appearance of the cross river gorilla is not very different

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    Gorilla Research Paper

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    name- Gorilla Scientific name- Gorilla gorilla class- mammalia order- primata family- pongidae genus- gorilla The gorillas live mainly in coastal West Africa in the Congo, Zaire, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon. Gorillas live in the rain forest. They usually live on the ground but build nest in trees to sleep in. Gorilla troops keep a 15-20 square mile range which often overlaps the range of other troops. There are three different kinds of gorillas. The eastern lowland gorilla the western lowland

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    Killing a Legacy

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    The gorilla is one of the most fascinating primates known to man, whose evolutionary history has been shrouded in mystery for many years. However, with the advent of DNA sequencing, this great ape’s genealogical history is now coming to light, which is perhaps a contradiction of what was formerly the conventional wisdom of the phylogenetic category of the gorilla. The perception of this great ape was once that of a brutish and aggressive animal, who was to be feared and avoided; yet, through scientific

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    first recorded gorilla sighting (by western civilization) was in the 5th century B.C. by a Roman Explorer. Now every day nearly hundreds of gorillas disappear because of an unnatural death. This death is nothing mysterious, but is caused by poachers that trap these gorillas and kill them simply for their hands and sometimes even their heads. Besides that even construction and agriculture take the homes away from gorillas that were especially set aside. For these reasons’ gorillas are disappearing

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    times warmer than it now is. As time went on, the small mammal had spread throughout Eurasia. All of Eurasia then was covered in tropical forests. Primates evolved in what is now the Indian Subcontinent. From their placement in India, then still lowland, primates spread throughout the world once more. Some returned to North America, only to be wiped out by rodents already living there. Others spread to Europe and the Middle East. By this time, Africa had just split from marsupial overrun Gondwanaland

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    Research Paper on Gorillas

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    Have you ever wondered about gorillas? A gorilla is a very strong built great ape with a large head and short neck. Gorillas are the largest member of the primate family. Gorillas are quiet, shy, peaceful, and live in central Africa and tropical rainforests. Several thousand years ago, gorillas split from its closest relative the chimpanzees. There are four types of gorillas, being Eastern lowland, Western lowland, mountain, and cross river gorillas. Ecology is how organism interact with one another

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    Essay On The Gorilla

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    When examining the skull of the gorilla, it is established that there are many similarities and differences between their skulls and the skulls of the spider monkey and humans. With the gorilla skull that was on display many of the skull characteristics were pronounced. When observing the lower jaw or mandible of the gorilla it is shown that the molar teeth are very similar to that of a human. However, the front teeth are more outward and significantly larger compared to humans, especially the canine

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