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"Gorillas in the Mist" movie still, 1988.  Sigourney Weaver as Dian Fossey.  Weaver was so moved after the making of this movie that she became a supporter of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund and has been its honorary chairwoman since 1988.

"Gorillas in the Mist" movie still, 1988. Sigourney Weaver as Dian Fossey. Weaver was so moved after the making of this movie that she became a supporter of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund and has been its honorary chairwoman since 1988.

Emmy DE * A mountain gorilla holding her infant in the Volcanoes National Park, northern ‪‎Rwanda‬

The star of TV's Homes Under The Hammer was doing charity work in the country when he discovered a way to get up close and personal with our nearest primate cousins for a fraction of the cost.

After facing near extinction, mountain gorilla population grows | CBC News

The Switzerland-based International Union for Conservation of Nature has updated mountain gorillas' status from "critically endangered" to "endangered," a more promising, if still precarious, designation.

Gorillas in the mist story ...

Extract from a recent blog by Troy Penney, who works for SuiteBox in Sydney, Australia, If you and your business are in a profession that charges a fee or a commission for exchange of knowledge, then one of the Gorillas is coming after you…. Here I will tell you why and when. Facebook, Amazon, Alibaba, […]

Silverback Gorilla... if you Love Gorilla's and haven't seen "Gorillas in the Mist", it's a crime. :0)

Silverback Gorilla... if you Love Gorilla's and haven't seen "Gorillas in the Mist", it's a crime. :0)

'Winsome And Appealing' Poppy: Saying Goodbye To The Last of Dian Fossey's Mountain Gorillas

Poppy, the last of the mountain gorillas originally studied by renowned primatologist Dian Fossey, who founded the Karisoke Research Center in Rwanda in 1967, is believed to have died. Poppy was unique in that she was studied from birth in 1976 to 2018, when she was last seen in the wild.