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Munyinya a 30-year-old silverback #gorilla stopped for a meal in Rwandas Volcanoes National Park. At about 450 pounds and more than five feet tall Munyinya exerts total control over the Hirwa family  a clan of 20 gorillas that have been habituated to come into contact with people almost daily. Martina Bacigalupo took this photo of Munyinya for @nytimestravel. # by nytimes

Munyinya a 30-year-old silverback #gorilla stopped for a meal in Rwandas Volcanoes National Park. At about 450 pounds and more than five feet tall Munyinya exerts total control over the Hirwa family a clan of 20 gorillas that have been habituated to come into contact with people almost daily. Martina Bacigalupo took this photo of Munyinya for @nytimestravel. # by nytimes

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Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, stands in its new enclosure at the Amneville zoo in eastern France. Ya Kwanza arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programme (EEP) to promote their breeding.  Picture: JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN/AFP/Getty Images

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Chin up Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla stands in the "Gorilla's Camp" enclsure at the Amneville zoo in France on April Ya Kwanza arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of the European Breeding of an Endangered Species program.

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