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"The gorillas live in these mountains. They look so much like humans- When i saw them up close I looked at them and had just two questions.. What happens if they lose control? And about the baby gorillas I asked myself ‘Don’t they get cold because the mountain is a such a cold place.’
They breast feed like a human being they have ten fingers and toes like a human being and in the way they carry their children they are like a human being.
If they’re happy they’ll stand and walk on two legs. The chief of the family is a male and will take care of the family. If there’s a threat the male will fight for the family and take control of the security of the family. - Norbert Ntitsimburwa Rhuhengeri, Rwanda Photo by Brendan Bannon March 6, 2014