Monday, 10 February 2014

  A group of gorillas is called a Band!

Almost human like, gorillas have a broad chest, a muscular neck, and strong hands and feet. Short, thin, grey-black to brown-black hair covers their  entire body, except for their face, ears, hands and feet. Their chest has very little hair. They have flared nostrils, and a thick ridge of bone that juts out above their eyes.

There are three types of gorillas found in various areas of Africa. Western lowland gorillas live in the tropical rainforests of south-east Nigeria, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Gabon, Congo, and Equatorial Guinea. Eastern lowland gorillas are found in eastern parts of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire), and mountain gorillas are found within the mountainous regions of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, and Uganda.

Bunch of Animals

Different animals have different collective names, which are what groups of the animals are called. These names are unique and named to them according to their kind.

Band. Group of gorillas are often called band. A band of gorillas usually seen in some mountain parts or forest were they found foods for their living.

Pride. Pride use to term a group of lions composing of family members, group members and their leader or head.
 Brood. A brood of chicken is often composing of group of chickens, usually of their family members.
Swarm. Swarm used to name a group of insects specially bees.
School. School is not just use for education but for fishes too. A group of fish is called school. School of fish is often associated with small fish.
Flock. The term Flock is used for a group of sheep. Farms who own sheep are often in flock because of their benefits, generally their furs.

Colony. Colony used as a term to name an army of ants. Ants have their own system of government from the Queen Ant to the Slave Ants. They are known to be industrious and always keep and store foods for future needs.


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