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Have I struck a nerve? Did one of these creatures turn you down for a date? Go on....be honest because you're carrying on like a cranky little Ken doll.
During 2015 and 2016, survey teams combed the Virunga Massif’s dense, mountainous forests in two sweeps in search of the great apes. After a lengthy analysis of all the data, the Greater Virunga Transboundary Collaboration, which coordinated these surveys, announced good numbers: 604 gorillas—up from just 480 in 2010.
Anecdotally and allegedly, they live in family units (someone around to conceal or bury a corpse - humans have been doing this for I believe over 50,000 years so why wouldn't they?), can go deep in to the caves and caverns beneath the earth, have superior mastery of their environment and can stay concealed from human detection and have mastered this over tens of thousands of years of evolution and survival.
Do mountain gorillas actively try to conceal themselves from humans?