According to the Defenders of Wildlife website, the average weight of an adult gorilla ranges between 200 and 450 pounds, depending on sex. Male gorillas tend to be much larger, on average, than females. More »

According to Sea World, a gorilla has six times the upper body strength of an adult human. Assuming an average person can bench press his body weight, a 300-pound gorilla is capable of pressing approximately 1,800 pounds... More »

A gorilla can lift 2,000 kilograms, or over 4,400 pounds. This is more than 10 times a gorilla’s body weight and as heavy as 30 humans. More »

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A young male gorilla is called a blackback, and an adult male gorilla is called a silverback. The oldest and strongest silverback is typically the dominant male in a group. More »

According to Sea World, a gorilla has six times the upper body strength of an adult human. Assuming an average person can bench press his body weight, a 300-pound gorilla is capable of pressing approximately 1,800 pounds... More »

A gorilla can lift 2,000 kilograms, or over 4,400 pounds. This is more than 10 times a gorilla’s body weight and as heavy as 30 humans. More »

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Mountain gorillas are large, powerful herbivores with no predators above them in the food chain; they feed on everything from wild grass to tree pulp and once they reach their adult size after several years of growth the... More »