Kong Mar

“” You Chailu described the Gorilla as hellish dreamscapes”, as furious fiend”, as being the kind of disgusting, half man, half-animal, like the old masters invented it, if they wanted to represent hell “. “” The terrible ROAR”a gorilla is terrifying” and the worst sound of African forests “, resembles the roll of distant thunder in the sky”. This was followed by the King-Kong Mar, that Gorilla males kidnap like white-skinned women. How can you are so deceived. The present state of knowledge allows a totally different viewpoint on this peaceful, often mild-mannered largest apes. Source: lucas till.

But benefits the realization the gorillas about her true nature quite little, which they long lost dominion over the rain forests of Africa have, according to the reds, three of the four Gorilla subspecies as critically threatened endangered species list apply. Dwindling habitats gorillas live exclusively in the tropical rain forests of Africa. One today are two different types, the Eastern Gorilla (Gorilla beringei) and the Western Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla), which is divided into two subspecies: the Western lowland gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla), the Cross River Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla diehli), the mountain gorillas of the Virunga volcanoes and the Bwindi forest in Uganda (Gorilla beringei beringei) and the grey marker gorilla or eastern lowland gorilla (Gorilla beringei graueri) in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Externally, the animals differ in several features. So, for example, western gorillas have a much wider nose than Eastern.

About 650-700 of mountain gorillas living in the main countries of origin of the Congo, Rwanda, Cameroon and Uganda and about 200,000 lowland gorillas the number is however disputed. The occurring only in Nigeria and Cameroon, highly endangered Cross River gorillas, there is perhaps about 300 copies, maybe there are but also significantly less. The Habitat of the great apes is divided into two parts – almost 900 km away from the West and the Eastern gorillas and their habitats become ever smaller and more fragmented.

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