Fact 1: Aside from a few exceptions, groups consist of more adult females than adult males. Most subspecies of...Read More
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Fact 1 Mountain gorillas live in the most extreme environment of any of the four gorilla subspecies. Mountain gorillas...Read More
The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund is sad to announce that Poppy, the last living gorilla featured by famed primatologist...Read More
After studying mountain gorillas for 52 years, Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund scientists know that gorilla females usually move –...Read More
Last year Fossey Fund field staff observed the formation of four new gorilla groups in Rwanda, all created by...Read More
Fossey Fund trackers and researchers in Rwanda have been monitoring an unusual situation among the mountain gorillas in Rwanda...Read More
Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund staff in Rwanda report that the Kuryama gorilla group is doing well, now that young...Read More
Following the disappearance of elderly silverback leader Cantsbee earlier this year, and whose death was confirmed in mid May,...Read More
The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund staff are concerned about an unusual situation in one of the mountain gorilla groups...Read More
Fossey Fund field staff reported a high number of interactions among the mountain gorilla groups we monitor in Rwanda...Read More
This year there have already been many events and changes among the mountain gorilla groups monitored by the Fossey...Read More
June 1, 2016 Oldest silverback facing leadership challenge The largest group of mountain gorillas monitored by the Dian Fossey...Read More
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