All you need to know about Gorillas physic, diet and growth.

What you need to know about gorillas. The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga National Park, Uganda; Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda are proud homes to the world’s largest population of Mountain Gorillas, Gorillla beringei beringei having over 6000 gorillas. These that are a great attraction well known for offering the best African trekking experience as reviewed by most of our Gorilla Safari Discovery clients. Many Tourists planning to go for a Gorilla trekking experience always inquire about.

What is the physical strength of a Mountain Gorilla?

Mountain gorillas live in the misty mountain forests of the Virunga Massif and the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in central Africa. They have longer, thicker fur than other gorilla subspecies, allowing them to live in colder temperatures. Adult males can weigh up to 200kg (31st 9lb), and are roughly twice the size of adult females.

When they reach maturity (at around 12 or 13 years old), males develop the characteristic silver fur on their back that gives them the name ‘silverback’.

The Low Land Gorillas Gorillla beringei grauri

Kahuzi-Biega National Park and neighbouring Kasese region, Maiko National Park, Itombwe forest and North Kivu, all in eastern DR Congo. Formerly known as eastern lowland gorillas, Gorillla beringei grauri.

 Gorillas are the largest subspecies of gorilla, and adult males can reach up to 250kg (39st, 5lb), making them the world’s largest primate. They are similar to mountain gorillas but can be distinguished by their shorter fur, narrower faces and rounder nostrils.

 Grauer’s gorillas, in common with other subspecies of gorilla, are largely herbivorous but have been observed eating ants and other insects. They live in family groups led by the dominant male silverback, and during the day spend their time feeding and resting. Gorillas build new nests to sleep in every night.

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What do gorillas eat?

On many Gorilla Safaris Discovery trips to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Mgahinga N.p, Virunga N. p, and the Volcanoes N.p our tours are amazed by their finding about Gorillas diets and life styles as they get exposed to these magnificent animals social lifestyles while on a Gorilla trekking experience.  

On spotting Gorillas Tourists are able to realize that these Gorillas are highly sociable primates, as to the fact that they are living in Groups families of up to 10 gorillas basically lead by the Dominate Mate silverback Gorilla. The mountain Gorillas are largely herbivorous, they predominantly consume vegetarian kind of food and eat a variety of vegetables from shoots, barks, seeds, foliage, fruits, buds to their favorite leaves – wild celery. Despite being vegetarian they are also selective on what vegetable they eat.

Occasionally, gorillas also eat soil and ash in a little amount that possibly helps in regulating their digestive system.

Gorilla Safaris Discovery trekking is a life time experience worthy going to on an Engabi tours Uganda safari Adventure trip.