The population of Uganda's mountain gorillas has grown to 400, up from 302 in 2006.
Three gorilla siblings who haven’t seen each other for more than two years have been re-united at a wildlife park in England.
New analysis shows a population of western lowland gorillas is rebuilding after a 2004 Ebola outbreak.
Who says gorillas can't have birthday parties?
A family of critically endangered Cross River gorillas have been captured on video.
It was a bit of a zoo at the Nebraska Medical Center over the weekend, when a special patient came in for jaw surgery.
It seems bigger is better for gorillas in the rainforests of the Republic of Congo.
A new DNA study says we're even more similar to gorillas than scientists thought.
Gorillas are a lot like us, but a new DNA study says we're even more similar than scientists thought. The analysis found gene variants in gorillas that are harmless to them but are linked to dementia and heart failure in people.
In the lush mountains of Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park, a family of gorillas is lazing in the sun. They might seem relaxed, but as the climate is heating up these great apes are finding it more difficult to find food.
Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo introduced a cute baby gorilla this week.
Five rangers from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) posed as buyers after receiving a tip that a baby gorilla was for sale.
Bristol Zoo and Gardens have welcomed the birth of a new baby gorilla.
Brazil's only zoo-bound gorilla, who has been single for the past 27 years, can finally say goodbye to lonely days and nights.
Two female gorillas have arrived at a zoo in southeastern Brazil to help an older member of the opposite sex end more than two decades of bachelorhood.
Rwandan authorities have rescued a baby gorilla from poachers who said they had bought it for $US15,000 in the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Rwandan government officials have returned six orphaned baby gorillas to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) after various foiled poaching attempts by suspected Rwandan and Congolese poachers.
Zoo managers Pierre and Elianne Thivillon take the gorilla, named Digit, home every night after she has spent the day entertaining young visitors at the zoo enclosure.
Only ten-days-old and Twycross Zoo's newest member - a baby western lowland gorilla - is already drawing a crowd.
A group of researchers say they have found that a virus causing deadly respiratory diseases in humans can be passed on to mountain gorillas in Central Africa.
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