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Female mountain gorillas first give birth at 10 years of age and ... Gorilla infants are vulnerable and dependent, thus ...

Gorilla Reproduction - Gorilla Facts and Information

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Feb 6, 2014 ... Gorillas are mammals with a reproduction behavior similar to that of other hominids. A lot of research has been done to learn about this part of ...

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Feb 4, 2015 ... A relatively new female to the group wants to mate with the dominant male. But his lack of interest pushes her towards one of the more juvenile ...

Primate Factsheets: Gorilla (Gorilla) Behavior - Primate Info Net

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The other strategy for mountain gorilla males is to leave their natal groups and ... It is more difficult to assess male reproductive maturity because they can be ...

Reproduction - BioWeb Home

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There isn't much difference in mating and reproduction within the subspecies of Eastern Gorillas. There is no birth season and mating occurs year-round.

How many offspring does a mother have? - Berggorilla ...

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Once they have reached an age of approximately 10 years, female mountain gorillas give birth to one baby every 4 years. 26% of the babies die in their first year ...

Mountain Gorillas - Facts, Diet & Habitat Information - Animal Corner

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Mountain Gorilla Reproduction. Mountain Gorilla males mature later than females and do not breed until they reach 15 to 20 years of age. About half of all male ...

Mountain Gorilla facts - Out to Africa

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Mountain gorillas have a slow rate of reproduction. Females give birth for the first time at about age 10 and will have more offspring every three or four years.

Gorillas: Reproductive Behavior of Gorillas

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Mar 20, 2012 ... Mountain Gorillas are polygynous, which means that the dominant males have access, and permission, to reproduce with all of the females in ...

Reproduction in wild gorillas and some comparisons with ... - NCBI

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Reproduction in wild gorillas and some comparisons with chimpanzees. Harcourt AH, Fossey D, Stewart KJ, Watts DP. Information was collected over a period of ...

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GORILLAS- Reproduction - Sea World

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Sexual Maturity. Female gorillas are sexually mature at around seven to eight years of age. However, they do not usually reproduce until they are ten years old.

ADW: Gorilla beringei: INFORMATION

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Mountain, or eastern gorillas, Gorilla beringei, are found in the Virunga ... Males that have a harems of 3 to 4 females increase their reproductive output by ...

Mountain gorilla reproduction and sexual behavior

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North Carolina. Data on mountain gorilla reproductive behavior, demography, and sexual ... the problem of cessation of reproduction by captive females. First ...