G-Anne up close.

caradione

Ashwood, Australia

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Let me introduce you to the lovely G-Anne.
I had the pleasure of spending a moment in time with this lovely lady once i had managed to shoo off a couple of noisy bothersome teenagers she relaxed and sat with me for awhile.
G-anne was born in 1979 and i do so hope you enjoy the few images i have to share with you of her.
The Western Lowland Gorilla lives in troops of up to 20 gorillas. Female gorillas usually form relationships based on relatedness, but the majority of their interactions with other females in the group are aggressive. Female gorillas tend to squabble over access to the silverback and it is his job to keep the peace within the group. The leader of the group will usually be a single, dominant male known as a silverback. In large groups there may be more than one male, but these males are usually younger, non-dominant males, who may eventually move off and live solitary lives, or form bachelor groups with other adolescent males. Males may also kidnap female gorillas from other groups to begin a new troop.
Image taken on canon 5DmarkII
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