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Two gorillas have been photographed posing for a relaxed selfie with the rangers who rescued them as babies. The image was taken at a gorilla orphanage in Virunga National Park, DR Congo, where the animals were raised after poachers killed their parents.
The park's deputy director told BBC Newsday that they had learned to imitate their carers, who have looked after them since they were found.
Shortly afterwards, they were found and taken to Senkwekwe Sanctuary in Virunga, where they have lived ever since. Armed with good intentions, the agency released four wolves — two males and two females — on the island in October By , 13 wolves were thought to be living there, and deer were reported absent on the north side of the island.
Three wolf scats collected contained deer in one, seal in another, and rodents and chitons were in the third. Three years later, Merriam spent 10 days on the island and found a single, fresh wolf track but no tracks of deer.
The wolf had been reduced to eating nothing but seals, birds, rodents and marine invertebrates. The diet might have been enough to sustain foxes.
It was not enough to sustain wolves. By the s, the last wolf was gone from the island. Other studies have reached similar conclusions.
Herbivores inhabiting small ranges must be managed to prevent them from destroying the vegetation on which they depend, and if predators are added to the mix, they must sometimes be controlled to keep them from killing off all the prey.
The new study says the negative consequences are now documented. The researchers found that as the density of gorilla social groups — what one might call tribes — grew, the gorillas began to wage war on each other with both the males leading social groups and lone males especially targeting young gorillas.
The annual growth rate dropped from an estimated 5. The study would indicate that members of social units are better at moderating their behavior within the group than they are at controlling themselves when they have to interact with other groups.
For example, in gorillas, three groups each containing 20 animals may require less space than six groups containing 10 animals. This is of particular relevance for the mountain gorillas in the near future.
The western lowland gorilla is classed as critically endangered, with some estimates putting the number left in the wild at about , Baby gorilla 'teething and giggling' and needs a name.
Gorilla baby born at Bristol Zoo in 'rare' C-section. Baby western lowland gorilla born at Bristol Zoo.
The names voters can choose between are Motuku, Hasani, Luango and Kidosi. The hope is he will be strong enough to return to the group full-time in four months' time.
The poll will run until 30 October and the names the public are being asked to vote on are:. What he will do in is still unknown, but it might not be the last fans see of GorillA.