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Endangered Cross River Gorilla Quiz

Cross River Gorilla Quiz
Cross River gorillas vary of humans, inhabit rugged terrains. Roughly estimated to be just 200 to 300 left in the wild, this quiz aims to enlighten you on these evasive, yet majestic giant creatures.
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These critically endangered Cross River gorillas are affected by poaching, habitat destruction, and forest fires (natural and man-made).
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Gorillas are the largest living primates found in Central and East Africa! It is also illegal to hunt and kill gorillas in Cameroon and Nigeria.
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Gorillas play an important part in the forest ecosystem. They help in dispersing the seeds of plants, clearing the forests, allowing seedlings to grow, and sustaining their environment.
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They have a vegetarian diet that includes liana (a woody vine), bamboo, leaves, fruits, etc. They may even feed on ants and termites as well.
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Scientific name of the Cross River gorilla is Gorilla gorilla diehli. These giants have grey-black hair and can weigh 220 lbs to 440 lbs.
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Cross River gorillas become sexually mature at 10 years of age and can have babies every 4 years. Inbreeding has led to a loss of genetic diversity as they are so few and rarely interact with other groups of their kind.
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The leopard is the only mortal enemy of the Gorilla in the jungle.  Crocodiles in the river can attack them at times. There is no one as dangerous to the gorilla as humans.
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Gorillas are family-oriented
and live in family groups. These couple of individuals are lead by the dominant male.
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As the closest cousins to humans, gorillas are intelligent animals after chimpanzees and bonobos.
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How do you recognize the Cross River gorilla? They are slender, short in build with long arms, flat face, and wide nostrils.
Cross River Gorilla Results:

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