Gorilla Coloring Pages Printable

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The gorilla is the greatest king of primates. Today, you can find a collection of gorilla coloring pictures on this page. You can print then color them with your favorites, happy coloring.

Many species of this race have become extinct. However, nowadays, we know two of them: the Eastern gorilla and the Western gorilla.

Gorilla Coloring Pages Printable

Gorilla Coloring Pages Silouette
Gorilla Coloring Pages Silouette
Gorilla Coloring Pages To Print
Gorilla Coloring Pages To Print
Gorilla Coloring Pages
Gorilla Coloring Pages
Gorilla Dad With Baby Coloring Pages
Gorilla Dad With Baby Coloring Pages
Gorilla Eating Coloring Pages
Gorilla Eating Coloring Pages
Gorilla Eric Carle Coloring Pages
Gorilla Eric Carle Coloring Pages
Gorilla Face Coloring Pages
Gorilla Face Coloring Pages
Gorilla Family Coloring Pages
Gorilla Family Coloring Pages
Gorilla Gator Bubble Guppies Coloring Pages
Gorilla Gator Bubble Guppies Coloring Pages
Gorilla Hand Coloring Pages
Gorilla Hand Coloring Pages
Gorilla Printable Coloring Pages
Gorilla Printable Coloring Pages
Gorilla Small Coloring Pages
Gorilla Small Coloring Pages
Gorilla With Baby Coloring Pages
Gorilla With Baby Coloring Pages
Magilla Gorilla Coloring Pages
Magilla Gorilla Coloring Pages
Master Gorilla Coloring Pages
Master Gorilla Coloring Pages
Mountain Gorilla Coloring Pages
Mountain Gorilla Coloring Pages
Printable Animal Coloring Pages Gorilla
Printable Animal Coloring Pages Gorilla
Rainforest Gorilla Coloring Pages
Rainforest Gorilla Coloring Pages
Realistic Gorilla Coloring Pages
Realistic Gorilla Coloring Pages
Silverback Gorilla Coloring Pages
Silverback Gorilla Coloring Pages
Sing Gorilla Coloring Pages
Sing Gorilla Coloring Pages
Tarzan Gorilla Coloring Pages
Tarzan Gorilla Coloring Pages
Western Lowland Gorilla Coloring Pages
Western Lowland Gorilla Coloring Pages

Its name was given to it by the Africans and meant “hairy person”. The first specimens appeared in Africa about 25 million years ago.

However, the first official evidence of gorilla observation is due to Thomas Savage, an American doctor who was a missionary in Gabon.

Gorilla Coloring Pages Printable

Coloring Pages Of The Eastern Gorilla
Coloring Pages Of The Eastern Gorilla
Cute Gorilla Coloring Pages
Cute Gorilla Coloring Pages
Free Printable Coloring Pages Monster Legends Gorilla
Free Printable Coloring Pages Monster Legends Gorilla
Free Printable Gorilla Coloring Pages Pdf
Free Printable Gorilla Coloring Pages Pdf
Free Printable Gorilla Coloring Pages
Free Printable Gorilla Coloring Pages
Free Printable Gorilla Kindergarten Coloring Pages
Free Printable Gorilla Kindergarten Coloring Pages
Funny Girl Gorilla Coloring Pages
Funny Girl Gorilla Coloring Pages
Funny Gorilla Coloring Pages
Funny Gorilla Coloring Pages
Gorilla Coloring Pages Adults
Gorilla Coloring Pages Adults
Gorilla Coloring Pages For Adults
Gorilla Coloring Pages For Adults
Gorilla Coloring Pages Hard
Gorilla Coloring Pages Hard
Adult Coloring Pages Printable Gorilla
Adult Coloring Pages Printable Gorilla
African Gorilla Coloring Pages
African Gorilla Coloring Pages
Animal Coloring Pages Hard Gorilla
Animal Coloring Pages Hard Gorilla
Baby Gorilla Coloring Pages
Baby Gorilla Coloring Pages
Big Creative Gorilla Coloring Pages
Big Creative Gorilla Coloring Pages
Cartoon Gorilla Happy Coloring Pages
Cartoon Gorilla Happy Coloring Pages
Coloring Pages Gorilla
Coloring Pages Gorilla
Coloring Pages Monkeys Gorilla In A Tree
Coloring Pages Monkeys Gorilla In A Tree
Coloring Pages Of Gorilla Smaller Shape
Coloring Pages Of Gorilla Smaller Shape
Coloring Pages Of Gorilla
Coloring Pages Of Gorilla

Gorilla can reach 180 centimeters, so there are specimens much taller than some people. It can weigh up to 135 kilos in the case of males. The females weigh only half that.

The gorilla has a big mouth, a broad and flat nose, and tiny ears. It has 32 teeth, like humans, which fall out when they are milk, to make room for the final ones. Like us, it has unique fingerprints.

Its hair is greyish black and covers the whole body, except the face and the chest, where it has only its thick, porous and wrinkled skin. As he gets older, the gorilla’s hair turns grey.

It can move upright but usually does so on all fours, probably because it is easier to pick up speed.

The gorilla is a protective animal and becomes aggressive if he sees himself or any member of his family threatened. It is not masculine and shows an unusual tenderness with females and cubs.

Between them, they use a verbal and non-verbal language that allows them to communicate.

They live in small groups, but they certainly pack animals. There is always a gorilla leader who protects others. He will fight anyone who threatens the integrity of the pack.

Although he is considered a fearsome and dangerous animal, the truth is that the gorilla is one of the most peaceful animals in existence.

It only reacts aggressively when it senses a threat against itself, its family, or the pack.

The natural habitat of the gorilla is equatorial Africa, particularly the following countries: Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Gabon, Guinea, Nigeria, Rwanda, and Uganda.

They can live up to 50 years, a reality less and less common due to the damage caused by man.

Various associations fight for the needs of gorillas and, according to them, try to preserve their life for longer and with better quality.