Mountain gorillas have longer hair and tend to be more grey than brown. Their faces are more densely covered in hair. Their family structure includes one or more mature males (silverbacks) and a group of females with or without infants and juveniles. Other gorillas have group structures with one silverback and group composition and group size changes much more frequently.
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