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Eastern Lowland Gorillas

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Jakob Pike-Franklin

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Eastern Lowland Gorillas
Gorilla beringei graueri
By: Jakob Pike-Franklin
Classification
Domain:Eukarya
Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum:Chordata
Class:Mammalia
Order:Primates
Family:Hominidae
Genus:Gorilla
Species:Gorilla beringei graueri
Classification of an Eastern Lowland Gorilla
Origin of an Eastern Lowland Gorilla
Ancestors and Relatives of the Eastern Lowland Gorilla
Relatives
Cross-river
Gorilla
Eastern Gorilla
Mountain
Gorilla
Western
Gorilla
Western Lowland
Gorilla
Ancestors
Basic Biology
Physical
Appearance
Size
Habitat
Reproduction
Adaptation
Fun
Facts
Food Web
1.5-1.8 meters tall 204kg.-227kg.
The Eastern Lowland Gorilla begins reproducing at age 10
It's average litter size is 1.
Energy Pyramid
Symbiotic Relationships
Threats
Population Size
Recovery Efforts
Works Cited
- Eastern Lowland Gorillas are mainly leaf eaters.
- A gorilla's nest is only used for one night.
- Each gorilla has their own unique nose print
- Due to its large size, the eastern lowland gorilla has few real predators.
http://a-zanimals.com/animals/eastern-lowland-gorilla
http://www.thejunglestore.com/gorillas
https://worldwildlife.org/species/eastern-lowland-gorilla
bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/s2007/hallmon_nich/adaptations.htm
Eastern Gorillas have many adaptations to their environment. Since they are based in the forest and are herbivores they need to be able to eat and digest the food around them so they have flat teeth that allow them to be able to grind the plants they eat.
Also,eastern Gorillas have stereoscopic vision which means that they have good eyesight that helps them to detect other animals. They can also see color which helps them to see poachers and other threats. When they do encounter threats they can ward them off using their loud roar which intimidates most creatures.
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