Uganda’s dense forests are home to over half the world’s 1004 or so mountain gorillas (as of May 2018) – the rest live in the neighboring Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. virunga and bohoma.

In Uganda Mountain Gorillas are found in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park and bwindi impenetrable forests . In these areas tracking takes place at 5 locations Buhoma, Ruhija, Rushaga, Nkuringo in BINP and Ntebeko in MGNP. All totalling to 18 Gorilla groups,

Gorillas display uncanny human characteristics. The close-knit family groups are headed by a silverback – a mature male – who selects places for the group to eat and sleep, and has many privileges, including the right to feed first. as if the group is threatened, the silverback weighs up to 120kg

.GORILLA SPECIES are have human senses because they carry human DNA as per finding.