Category: Gorilla Infants
This September 24, we mark not just World Gorilla Day, but Kwita Izina, Rwanda’s annual gorilla naming ceremony. Kwita Izina, an initiative of the Rwandan
Motherless gorillas beat the odds. For both gorillas and humans, it takes a village to raise a child.
A study by the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund shows that gorilla families come together to support young gorillas that lose their mothers. The findings, published
November 4, 2020 (ATLANTA) – As wildlife populations decline around the globe, understanding the natural and human-induced factors that influence their growth is critical for
The Names Are In! This year’s virtual Kwita Izina, which was organized by the Rwanda Development Board, was a huge success! Of the 24 baby
We are excited to learn that the Rwanda Development Board plans to hold its annual ceremony to name the new infant gorillas born this year