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Gorilla Essay Examples

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An Introduction to the Nature of Gorilla Gorilla
Common name- Gorilla Scientific name- Gorilla gorilla class- mammalia order- primata family- pongidae genus- gorilla The gorillas live mainly in coastal West Africa in the Congo, Zaire, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon. Gorillas live in the rain forest. They usually live on the ground but build nest in trees to...
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A Look at the Gorilla and the Various Conservation Efforts to Save Them
Half man and half beast. This is what is usually said about the gorilla. They say that the gorilla is related to us. You can find mountain gorillas in the Virunga Volcanoes, which are located on the boundaries of Zaire, Rwanda, and Uganda. The Virungas are 600 miles of tropical rainforest. Youll find then roaming around 7...
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The Main Characteristics of the Gorilla
Half man and half beast. This is what is usually said about the gorilla. They say that the gorilla is related to us. You can find mountain gorillas in the Virunga Volcanoes, which are located on the boundaries of Zaire, Rwanda, and Uganda. The Virungas are 600 miles of tropical rainforest. You’ll find then roaming around...
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A Description of Everything You Need to Know About Apes
I. Introduction Apes have 13 species of large, highly intelligent primates, including Chimpanzees, Gorillas, Gibbons, and Orangutans. Apes are sometimes confused with Monkeys, but unlike their smaller primate counterparts, apes do not have tails and their arms are usually longer than their legs. Apes live in tropical woo...
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Habitat Loss of Mountain Gorillas
Mountain gorillas are the most endangered of the gorilla species. Approximately 600 or so remain. They are massive in size, with a short, thick trunk and broad chest and shoulders. Its eyes are very small in proportion to its other features. Older males develop longer heads, and are twice the size of females. The most se...
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The Extinction of Mankind Is Near If We Don't Stop Fighting against the Environment
With Man gone, will there be hope for Gorilla? With Gorilla gone, will here be hope for Man? Similar questions arise whenever a species is threatened by our increasing presence on their habitat. These questions will inevitably be answered with the passing of time. Whether or not man will be around to witness his future all...
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A Comparison of Humans and a Critique of Methods of Study
A comparison with humans and a critique of methods of study. For thousands of years, men and women have strived to explain the why of their existence. To discover the reasons for how we act the way we do and what this knowledge can do to impact the way we live our lives in this complex society that we have created. One of...
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An Overview of the Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge Gorilla Killing
Cambodia
I am among those people who suffered from the torture during the years of 1975-79. The Khmer Rouge took over the Khmer Empire in 1975 as Democratic Kampichea, ending a 600-year monarchy. The leader Pol Pot swiftly placed the entire population into rural communes, where death was the penalty for disobeying orders. I...
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American Family and Its Traditions and Beliefs: A Good Man is Hard to Find and Gorilla, My Love
Both of the short stories A Good Man Is Hard To Find and Gorilla, My Love deal with the American family and its traditions and beliefs. In terms of reality, the plot of the short story Gorilla, My Love was closer to reality than that of A Good Man Is Hard To Find. Gorilla, My Love was a tale being told from the past life of...
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A Look at the Largest Primate, The Gorilla
Table of contentsВ· Gorilla …………………………………………………………………pg.3В· Physical characteristics and behavior…………………………….. pg.4В· Endangerment…вÐ...
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A Study of the Gorilla
Half man and half beast. This is what is usually said about the gorilla. They say that the gorilla is related to us. You can find in the Virunga Volcanoes, which are located on the boundaries of Zaire, Rwanda, and Uganda. The Virungas are 600 miles of tropical rainforest. You’ll find then roaming around 7,800 and 11,000 f...
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An Overview of the Gorilla Monkey Species in the Animal Kingdom
Half man and half beast. This is what is usually said about the gorilla. They say that the gorilla is related to us. You can find mountain gorillas in the Virunga Volcanoes, which are located on the boundaries of Zaire, Rwanda, and Uganda. The Virungas are 600 miles of tropical rainforest. You ll find then roaming around...
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Tracing Back the Existence of the Gorilla and Its Comparison with Humans
Gorilla A comparison with humans and a critique of methods of study. For thousands of years, men and women have strived to explain the why of their existence. To discover the reasons for how we act the way we do and what this knowledge can do to impact the way we live our lives in this complex society that we hav...
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An Analysis of the Gorilla Species
Half man and half beast. This is what is usually said about the gorilla. They say that the gorilla is related to us. You can find mountain gorillas in the Virunga Volcanoes, which are located on the boundaries of Zaire, Rwanda, and Uganda. The Virungas are 600 miles of tropical rainforest. You’ll find then roaming around 7,...
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An Introduction to the Life of Mountain Gorillas
Mountain gorillas are the most endangered of the gorilla species. Approximately 600 or so remain. They are massive in size, with a short, thick trunk and broad chest and shoulders. Its eyes are very small in proportion to its other features. Older males develop longer heads, and are twice the size of females. The most se...
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The Development of Communication Language in Humans and Primates
For thousands of years humans have wrestled with the question of their "human" nature. MOst often they have defined themselves in relation to the animal kingdom, yearning either to take on some of the superior attributes of other animals or to rise above their own animal nature by becoming angelic. And thus they d...
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An Introduction to the Issue of Major Ebola Outbreak in Gorilla Population
Genton, Celine, et al. “Recovery Potential of a Western Lowland Gorilla Population following a Major Ebola Outbreak: Results from a Ten Year Study” 7.5 (2012): 1-11. Academic Search Complete. Web. 3 May. 2015. This source is my first scholarly journal. The authors are ecologists, a reliable and credible source as Genton and...
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