Information about the Eastern Lowland Gorilla:
Eastern Lowland Gorillas - also known as the Grauer's gorilla - is a subspecies of eastern gorilla endemic to the mountainous forests of eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. It's the largest of the four gorilla sub-species. It has a jet-black coat and it very stocky. Populations in the wild are estimated to be about 5,000 living animals. Unlike the Western Lowland Gorilla, there are very few in captivity and in zoos (The only zoo that houses them in in Antwerp, Belguim.) Like other gorillas, these animals are very social and live in groups of 5-30 individuals. They face a number of threats, such as habitat destruction, illegal hunting and instability in the region caused by an ongoing civil war.
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