Gorilla Skull

The size and shape of a gorilla’s skull can vary significantly between males and females. Male gorillas typically have larger, more robust skulls with pronounced sagittal crests. These distinctions help researchers identify gender and age in fossil records.

Gorilla skulls provide a window into the past, allowing scientists to trace evolutionary changes over time. Fossilized skulls help piece together the story of how modern gorillas came to be. Each skull tells a tale of adaptation and survival.

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