A gorilla's upper body is six times stronger than a human's, and the muscles in a gorilla's arms are larger than those in its legs. They use their arms to move foliage, gather food...
Gorillas are said to have several times the upper body strength of a human male, most likely due to greater weight and increased upper body muscle mass, but it's unclear whether a formal study of their strength has been conducted.
The western lowland gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) is one of two subspecies of the
... are large muscles in the jaw region along with broad and strong teeth.
Jan 20, 2015 ... A gorilla is certainly strong, but primarily in movements that are natural to its
adaptations. GUINESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORD'S 1985 ...
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Jul 11, 2007 ... Silverback gorilla breaking a banana tree, Bwindi Inpenetrable Rain Forest of
May 18, 2012 ... It has been said and calculated (although not offically confirmed) that a
Silverback Gorilla is at least 20 times stronger then 20 Strong men!
Mar 18, 2014 ... I am curious about the strength of a silver back gorilla compared to a man. ... than
us swinging in the trees and they needed strong arms for that.
Mar 21, 2013 ... Answer by Arkadia Moon: Unless the gorilla is somehow hobbled (drugged, ...
The average gorilla is approximately six to 15 times as strong ...
To date, no research has been conducted into how strong gorillas are compared
to humans. Comparisons cannot be made very easily. Some people say that a ...
Aug 12, 2006 ... I was wondering, how strong is a Silverback Gorilla when compared to a man.
Also, how hard can they hit, and if anyone has any accounts of ...