All Gorillas In The Wild Are Now At High Risk Of Extinction - Many of the remaining animals now live in just a few national parks and reserves critical to their survival. However, bushmeat hunting still takes place .
World’s largest gorilla moved to ‘critically endangered’ status
For hunters, apes are easy targets. Unlike chimpanzees, which travel through the trees, Grauer’s gorillas move around in groups on the ground, leaving large, trackable footprints. With hordes of hungry, gun-toting humans traipsing about their forest, it’s no wonder these animals are now on the brink of disappearing.
Posterazzi The Peoples Natural History 1903 The largest gorilla ever captured Canvas Art - Unknown (24 x 36)
Grauer's gorilla (Gorilla beringei graueri), a subspecies of eastern gorilla, the world's largest ape, and confined to eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, has been listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. The announcement was made at the IUCN World Conservation Congress currently underway in Hawaii.
8 Animals Without Tail From Different Categories (NO. 3 IS RARE)