Gorillas protect themselves by living in groups that are protected by a large,
dominant male and by being secretive. Additionally, gorillas are skilled climbers
Chimpanzees defend themselves with their fangs and strong muscles, ... How do
orangutans protect themselves? ... How do gorillas defend themselves?
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Jul 7, 2009 ... Gorillas defend themselves through their huge size, but also by staying in tight-
knit groups to help watch out for predators. Understand how ...
answer through intimadation and hitting their chest and once that doesn't work
you get into to the physical fights.
Gorillas defend themselves through their huge size, but also by staying in tight-
knit groups to help watch out for predators. Understand how these huge primates
Apart from humans, gorillas don't really have enemies. ... to defend their group
against attacks and to position themselves between the attacker and the group.
Feb 6, 2014 ... It may surprise you to learn that gorillas don't really have any predators to ... It is
easy to guess that gorillas do not have natural predators when you see the ...
Females tend to build strong ties with males, so they protect them.
Feb 1, 2012 ... Fighting to protect themselves from bushmeat hunters, individuals have ... Who
knows what the groups actually do when nobody's looking, but ...
It usually seeks no trouble unless harassed but will valiantly defend its family ...
These plants seem to provide sufficient moisture so that gorillas do not need ...
... hunting of gorillas as well as illegal timber harvesting that has further reduced
the mountain gorilla's habitat. ... How Do Pink Dolphins Protect Themselves?