Eastern Lowland Gorilla (Gorilla beringei graueri)

Series of dimensioned drawings of the Eastern Lowland Gorilla in front and side views

The Eastern Lowland Gorilla (Gorilla beringei graueri) is the largest of the four gorilla subspecies of the Eastern Gorilla and is unique to the mountainous forest of the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Eastern lowland gorillas are sociable and peaceful animals that feast on a varied diet of fruits, stems and bark, and small insects. The gorillas’ coats are jet black, and the hair greys as the animal matures; this is known as ‘silverback’. Eastern lowland gorillas are critically endangered, and there is only one female eastern gorilla in captivity and can be found at the Antwerp Zoo in Belgium.

Set of scaled elevation drawings of the Eastern Lowland Gorilla viewed in multiple poses

Eastern Lowland Gorillas have an upright standing height of 63”-72” (160-183 cm), height on all fours of 39.4”-45.3” (100-115 cm), body length between 37.4”-47.2” (95-120 cm), and an estimated body width of 25.2”-28” (64-71 cm). The typical weight of the Eastern Lowland Gorilla is in the range of 220-460 lb (100-210 kg). Eastern Lowland Gorillas have lifespans between 30-40 in the wild and 40-60 in captivity.

Details

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Height:
63”-72” | 160-183 cm (Upright)
Width:
25.2”-28” | 64-71 cm
Depth:
Length:
37.4”-47.2” | 95-120 cm
Height (All Fours):
39.4”-45.3” | 100-115 cm
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Weight:
220-460 lb | 100-210 kg
Area:
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Scientific Name:
Gorilla beringei graueri
Lifespan:
30-40 (wild); 40-60 (captivity)

Properties

Drawings include:
Eastern Lowland Gorilla side elevation (assorted), front

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