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'An animal's eyes have the power to speak a great language'- Martin Buber
There is no difference in motherhood of humans and that of animals for their offspring, who says they don't speak, they do express their feelings, love and emotions just like a human do. MailOnline reporter Nick Fagge trekked deep into the jungle in search of endangered mountain 'Gorillas'. In his research, he discovered shocking things which are still going on. This does not end here, further Nick found that gorillas of the Democratic Republic Of Congo are facing daily threats.
Isn't it beautiful, then why this place is counting in the Red list which is likely to become extinct.
As the new baby in her family of mountain gorillas, she is among the world's most endangered species.You can see the curiosity on her eyes might leave you with a question, couldn't we stay together.
Because of mankind greed's these giants are in big danger. Once it was assumed that the entire population will wipe out by the end of 20th century because by late 90's their population were dropdown by 620. but thanks to conservation efforts their population has grown up.
During Nick's interview with the ranger says, One of our members who suddenly spotted mountain gorilla and So we left the well-worn jungle path to walk, climb, stumble, slip and fall our way through thick foliage in search of these magical beasts. After waiting for countless hours, I finally saw the mountain gorilla.
I had expected to be frightened because as I know these animals are strong and could literally knock a man out. With his powerful arms could rip your limbs off. But I was wrong their passive temperament and easy-going lifestyle make me shame.