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G orilla. By;Ava. Description. Gorillas height and weight a female is 4.6ft. and weight is 200 1b. G orillas have black fur and brown eyes. Habitat. Many Gorillas live in Africa along the forests and swamps. I t is very important for them to have plenty of room to roam.

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G orilla

Gorilla

By;Ava


Description
Description

  • Gorillas height and weight a female is 4.6ft. and weight is 200 1b.

  • Gorillas have black fur and brown eyes.


Habitat
Habitat

  • Many Gorillas live in Africa along the forests and swamps.

  • It is very important for them to have plenty of room to roam.

  • After a morning of playing and eating they take nap.


Diet

  • Gorillas eat leaves, fruit seeds, tree bark, and flowers .

  • An average male eats about 50 pounds of food a day.

  • Sometimes Gorillas use tools to eat their food.


Additional facts
Additional Facts

  • Gorillas live about 50 years in captivity.

  • Their live span in the wild is only about 35 years.

  • Most animals live much longer in captivity.


Additional facts1
Additional facts

  • Gorillas are fully grown and able to reproduce at 10-12 years old.

  • Gorillas are covered with brownish hair on most of their body.

  • Except their fingers, palms , face, armpits, and bottoms of their feet.


Conclusion
Conclusion

  • I hope you learned

    a lot about the Gorilla because I did.