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Gorillas are non-territorial and live in groups called troops. There can be 5 to 30 gorillas in one troop, led by a strong, experienced silverback. The silverback makes all the decisions, such as where the troop travels for food each day, when they stop to eat or rest, and where they spend the night.


Gorilla Statistics

Western gorilla:
Cross River gorilla (Gorilla gorilla diehli) – an estimated population of only 250-300 left in the wild
Western lowland gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) – an estimated population of over 100,000 left in the wild

Eastern gorilla:
Mountain gorilla (Gorilla beringei beringei) – an estimated population of about 880 left in the wild
Eastern lowland or Grauer’s gorilla (Gorilla beringei graueri) – an estimated population of under 5,000 left in the wild


This original painting is completely unique and one of a kind. It is delivered professionally framed by Appletons Picture Framers in Stillorgan Dublin, in my signature limed white wooden frame, with an off-white double mount under glass. This piece is approximately 75cm x 90cm (framed) in size.


Please note this painting will not be available for shipping or collection until after 25th November 2019.

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