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yes the western lowland gorillas are critically endangered (almost dead)

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The Western Lowland Gorilla is listed as endangered in Central and Western Africa.


Gorillas are not extinct but endangered .


Yes, Gorillas are endangered.There are many sub-species of gorillas and most of them are critically endangered.Western Gorilla - Critically EndangeredWestern Lowland Gorilla - Critically EndangeredCross River Gorilla - Critically EndangeredEastern Gorilla - EndangeredMountain Gorilla - Critically EndangeredEastern Lowland Gorilla - Endangered


Western lowland gorillas,Mountain Gorillas,Eastern lowland gorrilas,Cross River Gorillas,Western Chimpanzees,Central Chimpanzees,Eastern Chimpanzees,Eastern Nigerian-west Cameroon chimpanzees.


Less than 700 are left in the world. Western Lowland and Cross River Gorillas - threatened species Eastern Lowland and Mountain Gorillas - endangered


mountain gorillas: about 700 eastern lowland gorillas: about 5000 cross river gorillas: about 200 western lowland gorillas: about 100,000


The Western Lowland Gorillas eat fruits , plants etc.


There are three subspecies of gorillas: the western lowland gorilla, the eastern lowland gorilla, and the mountain gorilla. All three subspecies are endangered, two are considered critically endangered. There are approximately 50,000 western lowland living in the wild in Central West Africa. There are only about 2,500 eastern lowland gorillas living in the wild in the Congolese rainforest. The mountain gorilla is on the verge of extinction with only 500 living in the wild (and none in captivity).


Western Lowland Gorillas live in the heavy rain forests in Africa.


Mountain gorillas and the Western Gorillas are two types of endangerd gorillas.


the preators of the gorillas are leoparps and man.



Lowland gorillas have a population that has stabilized after becoming dangerously low with over 108,000 left. However, Mountain gorillas are endangered with only 600 or so left.


Scientists believe that there are two species of gorillas: Eastern gorillas (Gorilla beringei) and Western gorillas (Gorilla gorilla).In each species there are two subspecies.Eastern gorillas: Mountain gorillas (Gorilla beringei beringei), and Lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla graueri).Western gorillas: Lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) and Nigerian gorillas (Gorilla gorilla diehli).Gorillas only exist in equatorial Africa in the following countries:CameroonCentral African RepublicDemocratic Republic of CongoGabonGuineaNigeriaRwandaUganda


Humans and leopards are the emenies to the lowland gorilla.


They eat plants such as twigs, leaves, bark, grass, and RARELY they eat termites. Mountain and Eastern Lowland gorillas live in East Central Africa and Western Lowland gorilla lives in West Africa. Gorillas ONLY live in the jungles of Africa and they DO NOT eat bananas.


Africa . There are Highland and Lowland gorillas .


its habitat the western lowlan gorilla lives in warm dense places and they need to keep this place safe as their niche


Western Lowland Gorillas are herbivores. As such, their diet consists mostly of fruits, roots, shoots, and tree bark. Occasionally they eat insects, though this is usually a byproduct of eating the plants.


"Current knowledge on the social organization and behavior of gorillas is dominated by results from research on mountain gorillas though there are some data for eastern and western lowland gorillas. The minimum group size for all subspecies is two individuals (usually a silverback and a female), except for males ranging alone, while maximum group size varies slightly for each subspecies (Yamagiwa et al. 2003). The maximum group size for mountain gorillas can exceed 20 individuals, while eastern and western lowland gorillas generally are not found in groups larger than 17 to 20 individuals and western lowland gorilla groups are always observed in groups smaller than 20 individuals (Yamagiwa et al. 2003)."


Gorillas are NOT extinct - yet - although several species are threatened with extinction right now due to loss of habitat/human encroachment and poaching. Current identified species and sub-species of gorillas are:Western Gorilla(Gorilla gorilla) Western lowland gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla)Cross river gorilla (Gorilla gorilla diehli)Eastern Gorilla(Gorilla beringei) Mountain gorilla(Gorilla beringei beringei)Eastern lowland gorilla (Gorilla beringei graueri)The range of the two species is separated by the Congo river and its tributaries. The western gorilla lives west central Africa while the eastern gorilla lives in east central Africa. As logging operations cut new roads into the remote areas inhabited by the gorillas, they destroy habitat and make access to the gorillas easier for poachers. The least threatened is the Western lowland gorilla - which is still classified as "vulnerable". The Eastern lowland gorilla is classified as "endangered" with around 4,000 such gorillas currently living in the wilds. The Mountain gorilla is critically endangered with less than 800 left. The Cross river gorilla is even more critically endangered, with less than 300 left.


tropical rain forest Wild Gorillas live in Africa, and there are three varieties: the mountain gorilla, Eastern Lowland gorilla, and Western Lowland gorilla. A group of gorillas is called a troop. The troop is lead by a large male called a silver back.


there are 4 species the lowland gorillas, the cross river gorillas, the nigerian/cameroonian gorilas; the mountain gorillas.


they big and can make you sore over your own food


Gorillas stick to a mainly, vegetarian diets feeding on stems, bamboo shoots and fruits. Western lowland gorillas, however also have an appetite for termites and ants , and break open termite nests to eat larvae.



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