Gorilla Skull

The dental structure of gorilla skulls is adapted to their diet of leaves, stems, and fruit. Their large molars are perfect for grinding tough vegetation. Examining these teeth can give us clues about their dietary habits and food availability in their habitats.

Gorilla skulls have large, powerful jaws to support their chewing needs. These jaws can exert tremendous force, necessary for breaking down fibrous plant material. Understanding these adaptations helps explain how gorillas sustain themselves in the wild.

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