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"What's That?" by Heather Allen | This silverback gorilla in Volcanoes National Park was looking up to see one of the youngsters in a nearby tree.

Wildlife Photo of the Day - January This silverback gorilla in Volcans National Park was looking up to see one of the youngsters in a nearby tree.

"Silverback Gorilla in Africa" by Benjamin Thomas: This photo was taken in Rwanda at Volcanoes National Park. After trekking for over nine hours through thick mud, dense brush, bamboo forests and stinging nettles we located a family of gorillas and this magnificent silverback seemed to strike a pose — as if he did it every day. He was within arms reach as I took this photo. Shortly after this photo he decided he had enough and, pounding his chest, scrambled right past us and back into the…

"Silverback Gorilla in Africa" by Benjamin Thomas: This photo was taken in Rwanda at Volcanoes National Park. After trekking for over nine hours through thick mud, dense brush, bamboo forests and stinging nettles we located a family of gorillas and this magnificent silverback seemed to strike a pose — as if he did it every day. He was within arms reach as I took this photo. Shortly after this photo he decided he had enough and, pounding his chest, scrambled right past us and back into the…

"Gorilla" by Greg Brown: This photo taken when trekking in the Virunga Mountains of Rwanda. We came across a family of about 23 gorillas — the boss silverback, females with young, and several junior males. It was a great experience being able to be in the presence of such creatures!

"Gorilla" by Greg Brown: This photo taken when trekking in the Virunga Mountains of Rwanda. We came across a family of about 23 gorillas — the boss silverback, females with young, and several junior males. It was a great experience being able to be in the presence of such creatures!

"The Gorilla in Thought" by Alok Juneja: A two hour walk through the dense impenetrable forest - Bwindi (Uganda), awaits a breathtaking encounter with the mountain gorillas. We tracked the Nshongi family of 10 with a new born! Time stops when we observe our long lost cousins in their natural habitat.

"The Gorilla in Thought" by Alok Juneja: A two hour walk through the dense impenetrable forest - Bwindi (Uganda), awaits a breathtaking encounter with the mountain gorillas. We tracked the Nshongi family of 10 with a new born! Time stops when we observe o

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"The Thinker" by Greg Zaret: Taken on a trek in Uganda with Nat Hab. This is a member of Mubare Family.

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"Pensive Mountain Gorilla" by Efrain Villa: A mountain gorilla of the Nkuringo group takes a break from rough housing in Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

"I'm a Head-Turner" by Sushmitha Reddy: This baboon was out in the early hours on one of our safaris in Maasai Mara, Kenya. The spark in his eyes was shining so bright in the golden light that I couldn't resist taking this portrait.

"I'm a Head-Turner" by Sushmitha Reddy: This baboon was out in the early hours on one of our safaris in Maasai Mara, Kenya. The spark in his eyes was shining so bright in the golden light that I couldn't resist taking this portrait.

"Looking at You" by Marian Herz: I was visiting the gorillas in Bwindi park. The family was quite close and most were on the ground and in a relatively open space. We watched as they ate and groomed. I waited for one to look directly at me and took the shot.

"Looking at You" by Marian Herz: I was visiting the gorillas in Bwindi park. The family was quite close and most were on the ground and in a relatively open space. We watched as they ate and groomed. I waited for one to look directly at me and took the shot.

Uganda | Mountain Gorilla Close

Uganda | Mountain Gorilla Close

"Gentle Gaze" by Amy Vankanan: I was lucky enough to get to see these highly endangered creature in the wild jungles of Rwanda.

"Gentle Gaze" by Amy Vankanan: I was lucky enough to get to see these highly endangered creature in the wild jungles of Rwanda.

Wildlife Photo of the Day - July 15, 2016: We unexpectedly came upon this lion early one morning, crouching in the grass and protecting his meal - a dead zebra - from other predators. From his look, it would appear we may have been seen as one of those predators. Interestingly enough, female lions (aka lionesses) are the primary hunters, stalking their prey through plains, savannah, and grasslands. The lion population has been reduced in half since 1950s, with only an estimated 21,000…

Wildlife Photo of the Day - July We unexpectedly came upon this lion…

What a beauty! Here is a fantastic photo of Trib, paternal grandfather of Bomassa's mother Jamani, as found and shared by Debra Payne, crackerjack researcher of gorilla genealogy!

What a beauty! Here is a fantastic photo of Trib, paternal grandfather of Bomassa's mother Jamani, as found and shared by Debra Payne, crackerjack researcher of gorilla genealogy!

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"Chimpanzee Busy Human-Watching" by Suzanne Lamb: After chimp trekking in Uganda, with them high in the trees, it seemed as if this one came down to sit and watch us, incredible eye-to-eye contact.

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