Male mountain gorillas.
the gigantopithecus blackii i think
The gigantopithecus died off over 100,000 years ago. The Male mountain gorillas are the biggest i believe but that is not their scientific name.
The eastern lowland gorilla is the largest living primate.
Yes, Gorillas are the largest living primate and ape. If you are looking for the largest monkey that would be the Baboon.
The Gorilla is the largest living ape and primate overall. If you are looking for the largest monkey that would be the Baboon. Both of which live in Africa in the wild.
Gorillas are the largest primate in the world, they are an ape. If you are looking for the largest monkey, that would be the Baboon.
Gorillas are generally agreed to be the most intelligent living primate besides humans.
That is the correct spelling for "guerrilla" for soldiers employing asymmetrical warfare.It is from Spanish (little war).The other term, the largest living primate, is the gorilla.
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gorillas are the largest of the living primates
Largest living Shark is the whale Shark.
Barbary macaque, besides humans the only free living primate in Europe.
The largest living apes are the gorillas. There are two species. The largest is the eastern gorilla.
The largest living flightless bird is the Ostrich.
Because we are primates/our closest ancestor species that is still living is a primate.
The largest living sea creature is the Blue Whale.
second largest living flightless bird in the world
the largest living relative to the dinosaur is the crocodile
Actually, your largest living organ on your body is your skin.
The largest living organisms in california is sequoia tree....
The cecum of living things is the largest in the insect kingdom. The cecum is largest in the lancelet family.
The largest living animal is the blue whaleThe Blue Whale
The largest living structure on Earth is the Great Barrier Reef.
The largest group of all living things is the ant.
primate behavior, human evolution, physical variations of living populations.