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Mountain Gorilla. By: Jack C armody. Classification and Description. Gorilla beringei beringei Mammal 600 to 650 pounds; 6 feet tall A whole lot cuter when young. Biome. Africa Mountains Does not migrate Constantly on the move looking for food. Life Cycle. Reproduce every 2 years

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mountain gorilla

Mountain Gorilla

By: Jack Carmody

classification and description
Classification and Description
  • Gorilla beringeiberingei
  • Mammal
  • 600 to 650 pounds; 6 feet tall
  • A whole lot cuter when young
biome
Biome
  • Africa
  • Mountains
  • Does not migrate
  • Constantly on the move looking for food
life cycle
Life Cycle
  • Reproduce every 2 years
  • Rides on back
  • Herbivore
  • 50 years
adaptations
Adaptations
  • Make 20 different sounds
  • Good senses, intelligent, strong
  • Pounds chest
  • Makes its bed
reasons for endangered status
Reasons for Endangered Status
  • Humans
  • Deforestation
  • Hunted for trophies, heads
  • Numbers rising
conservation
Conservation
  • Less than 700 left in the wild
  • Habitats are reserved
  • Reserves
  • Donate money
fun facts
Fun Facts
  • Were not found until year 2000
  • Have longer hair
  • Called “Gentle Giants”
  • Are crossbred
resources
Resources
  • www.onswipe.com
  • www.NationalGeogaphic.com
  • Caldecott, Julian and Miles., LeraWorld Atlas of Great Apes.
  • Carl R. Green and Willam, R. Stanford.
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