Results for: Gorilla-disambiguation

What are facts about gorillas?

  The reason they call Gorillas Gorillas is because Gorilla means hairy man .   Gorillas are a a lot like humans except they have bigger muscles and a they are a lot lo (MORE)
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Who is Koko the gorilla?

Koko is a gorilla who is able to understand more than 1000 signs based on American sign language. She cannot speak but she understands over 2000 spoken English words. Answere (MORE)
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Is a gorilla a monkey?

No, Gorillas are apes just like humans. Apes are more intelligent than monkeys and do not have visible tails.
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How dangerous are gorillas?

well to start with gorillas are very peacefull animals and are vegitarians and will defend their group eaven if it results as their death how ever a silver back that feels thr (MORE)
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What do gorillas do?

Gorillas, like humans, are primates. This means they share a common ancestor with humans, a proto-ape, if you will. Because of this evolutionary kinship, they are very like us (MORE)

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The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)
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Are Gorillas herbivores?

Yes, they are herbivores. Yes, gorillas are 97% vegetarian, mainly fruit, and 3% insectivorous, mainly termites.
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Do gorillas hibernate?

no they dont because they live in dense and warm places! so there is no reason for them to hibernate cause they needthe warm weather!
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How does a gorilla move?

They move with their hand and feet like a human.
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Are gorillas decomposer?

A gorilla is considered to be an omnivore. The gorilla may eat dead  plant or animal matter but the animal is not considered to be a  decomposer. A decomposer survives only (MORE)

How do you use disambiguation in a sentence?

The word "disambiguation" is a noun, a word for wording that  has undergone clarification, from which ambiguity has been removed.   A noun is used as the subject of a sen (MORE)