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A baby gorilla born on 10 July at Frankfurt zoo sleeps on the chest of its mother, Rebecca. The newborn has not yet been named photo by Fredrik Von Erichsen via Eyewitness: @guardian

Animal photographs of the year 2014

A western lowland gorilla named Mbeli holds her baby in their enclosure at Sydney’s Taronga zoo Photograph: David Gray/Reuters

A Face-to-Face with the Mountain Gorillas // The dominant gorilla male sat still and quiet a few feet away. His back half-turned. A faint attempt to ignore us maybe? Or a confidence in his might and reign over his surroundings? Tall and strong, he displayed the patch of gray fur symbolic to the older males, for which they gained the name of Silverback Gorillas. As we faced the older male, we barely breathed and stood like fixed statues, fascinated to be so close to the gentle beast.

You might remember Koko as the gorilla who was adopted by a psychology student in the 1970s and taught to use sign language to communicate with humans (she's since learned about 1000 words). This July 4, Koko turned 45 years old — but that's not the birthday being celebrated in this video. Earlier this year, Koko celebrated the first birthday of the pair of kittens she adopted last year, named Ms Gray and Ms Black. This newly released…

A Western Lowland Gorilla baby named 'Mjukuu', that was born in October last year, rides on the back... - REUTERS/David Gray

A Western Lowland Gorilla baby named 'Mjukuu', that was born in October last year, rides on the back... - REUTERS/David Gray

A western lowland gorilla baby named Mjukuu rides on the back of its mother Mbeli in their enclosure... - REUTERS/David Gray

Koko the Gorilla Celebrates 44th Birthday with Kittens. Humans Migrated to China Before Arriving in Europe. Bees Love Caffeine, too.