Gorilla Coloring Pages For Kids

A funny gorilla has decided to star in this page. It is ideal for your children to enjoy the beauty while they color it and discover a new animal of the jungle.

Gorillas belong to the genus Gorilla and are divided into two species, which are Western Gorilla and Eastern Gorilla. Also, these primates have genetic compositions that are similar to those of humans.

Gorilla Coloring Pages For Kids

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

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Silverback Gorilla Coloring Pages

Gorilla Dad With Baby Coloring Pages

Gorilla Dad With Baby Coloring Pages

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Gorilla Eating Coloring Pages

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Gorilla Eric Carle Coloring Pages

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Gorilla Face Coloring Pages

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Gorilla Family Coloring Pages

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Gorilla Gator Bubble Guppies Coloring Pages

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Gorilla Hand Coloring Pages

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Gorilla Printable Coloring Pages

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Gorilla Small Coloring Pages

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Gorilla With Baby Coloring Pages

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Magilla Gorilla Coloring Pages

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Master Gorilla Coloring Pages

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Mountain Gorilla Coloring Pages

Gorillas behave very similarly to humans; in fact, the DNA of these primates is 98% the same as that of man, which is very surprising in these animals. They also have unique fingerprints like those of humans.

However, gorillas have been considered brilliant animals. Even many primates in captivity have been able to learn sign language to communicate, as was the case with Koko gorilla, who learned to communicate through this language.

Gorilla Coloring Pages

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

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Gorilla Coloring Pages For Adults

Adult Coloring Pages Printable Gorilla

Adult Coloring Pages Printable Gorilla

African Gorilla Coloring Pages

African Gorilla Coloring Pages

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Animal Coloring Pages Hard Gorilla

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Baby Gorilla Coloring Pages

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Big Creative Gorilla Coloring Pages

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Cartoon Gorilla Happy Coloring Pages

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Coloring Pages Gorilla

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Coloring Pages Monkeys Gorilla In A Tree

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Coloring Pages Of Gorilla Smaller Shape 1

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Coloring Pages Of Gorilla

Coloring Pages Of The Eastern Gorilla

Coloring Pages Of The Eastern Gorilla

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Cute Gorilla Coloring Pages

Free Printable Coloring Pages Monster Legends Gorilla

Free Printable Coloring Pages Monster Legends Gorilla

However, when gorillas or their families feel threatened or in danger, these primates can become very aggressive to defend themselves. Likewise, gorillas are usually friendly and interact with other subspecies and species most of the time.

Gorillas are herbivorous animals, which means that their diet is mainly based on vegetables. Although they are large in appearance and proportion, they only feed on leaves, stems, herbs, roots, fruits, fungi, and shoots.

Also, gorillas have a large and strong jaw, which is their jawbone, allowing them to consume and crush the hard stems they eat.

Gorillas live in groups of 2 to 30 individuals, and in each group, there is a mature male or better known as a silverback who will lead them.

On the other hand, the habitat where gorillas are found will depend on whether they are western or eastern gorillas, as well as on the subspecies they belong to.

However, gorillas use not one but two beds where they sleep. These beds are made of leaves and dry grass to sleep in at night, while during the day they build a smaller foundation to rest after they have eaten or to shelter from the rain.

The next day the gorillas leave their beds to go somewhere else, as this way, they can keep themselves healthy and clean and avoid parasites while moving around.