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Social Life However, in mountain gorillas about 40% of groups contain several adult males who are closely related. They roam the forests on their own.

Mountain gorillas live in age-graded groups of, on average, 9.2 individuals, with one adult male (though there may be more than one), multiple adult females, and Males spend a few months to a few years alone after emigrating from their.

Find out 7 gorilla facts you should know about the largest living primates and one of our closest animal Do gorillas live alone? Adult male gorillas weigh up to 440 pounds and can reach a height of six feet when standing on two legs.

Gorillas are large apes that are native to Africa. They are typically divided into two groups. The mountain gorilla lives in the mountainous.