Gorilla’s Head

The ears of a gorilla, though less prominent, are highly sensitive and crucial for their survival. They can detect a wide range of sounds, from the calls of other gorillas to the rustling of potential predators. This keen hearing complements their other senses.

Gorillas often use vocalizations to communicate, and their ears play a vital role in this interaction. Listening to the calls and responses within a group can reveal much about their social structure. The interplay of sound and hearing is essential in gorilla communities.

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