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Transcript of gorilla
Gorillas are one of the four great apes that are the closest living relatives of humans – the other three are chimpanzees, bonobos and orangutans. Great apes are different from monkeys for a variety of reasons: they are larger, walk upright for a longer period of time, don’t have tails and have much larger, more developed brains.
The DNA of gorillas is very similar to humans – about 98-99% the same. This is more than any other animal in the world.
Gorillas often interact with others from other species and sub species. For the most part these types of interactions are very amicable.
It is important to keep gorillas active when they are in captivity or they will end up suffering from various health problems including obesity.
Gorillas are considered to be one of the most intelligent animals in the world. They are able to process information and to think independently.
Gorillas can walk upright but prefer to do so on their knuckles.
What does a gorillas diet consist of ?
Well shockingly gorillas aren't meat eaters despite what the myth might say.Usually, fruits grow on trees; gorillas of all ages climb these trees to harvest them. Although western gorillas eat a higher percentage of fruit than of leaves, stems, pith and shoots, they still eat markedly less fruit than do chimpanzees and orangutans.
5 THINGS I BET YOU DIDNT KNOW ABOUT GORILLAS.