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6 Animals That Can Defeat A Gorilla

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6 Animals That Can Defeat A Gorilla

Gorillas are gentle giants who display a wide range of human-like actions and emotions, including laughter and sadness.

In fact, gorillas and humans share 98.3 percent of their genetic makeup.

Gorillas have broad chests and shoulders, large, human-like palms, and small eyes set within hairless faces. They’re the most powerful of the fantastic apes.

The Congo Basin forest separates the two gorilla species, which inhabit equatorial Africa. There are lowland and highland subspecies from each.

Gorillas reside in family groups of five to ten individuals, but they can range from two to more than fifty.

Each family group is headed by a dominant adult male, or silverback, who holds his position for years.

Males are about twice as heavy as females and may attain a height of about 5.5 feet (1.7 m) and a weight of 300 – 485 pounds (135 – 220 kg).

6Hippopotamus
5. Bears
4Lion
3Crocodile
2Giraffe
1Tiger

6. Hippopotamus

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On land, a hippopotamus should destroy a gorilla with little to no effort, while in the water, a hippopotamus should wreck a gorilla with no effort.

A hippopotamus can grow to be 16.5 feet long (5.2 m), 5 feet tall (1.5 m), and 9,000 pounds (4082 kg).

A hippopotamus is ten times larger than a gorilla. Because of their size, thick muscle, and fat, hippopotamuses are extremely difficult to kill.

Hippos have an exceptionally thick layer of fat that serves as armor against the gorilla’s teeth, in addition to their size difference.

An entire lion pride has been driven off by hippos in the past. Individual leopards, smaller than lions, have killed gorillas on rare occasions.

Hippos are also known to prey on animals larger than gorillas. They have also killed Nile crocodiles, which are over twice the size of a gorilla, in addition to lions.

A hippopotamus can easily kill a gorilla since it has far larger teeth and has one of the strongest bites of any terrestrial animal.

This is in addition to the ability to just trample and crush the ape. The gorilla’s strength might help, but a hippo is far too large for the ape’s muscle to be an issue.

The only advantage a gorilla has over a hippo is probably its intelligence, although I don’t believe it will help it much.

5. Bears

Two bears walking in the grass | Last bear picture for now, … | Flickr

The grizzly bear will be over three times heavier than the gorilla when they are both at their largest in the wild.

Although gorillas have higher muscle mass than grizzlies, this is not mean that they will win.

Grizzlies don’t go hunting very often, but when they do, they’ve been known to kill moose, which are considerably larger than gorillas.

The advantage of the bear compared to gorillas is that they have claws. Large claws.

While the gorilla tries to smash the grizzly with its hands, the bear’s huge claws will cut into its flesh.

Probably, gorillas are more intelligent, but a fight typically favors size and muscles over the brain.

The gorilla now has a significantly more powerful bite, which is backed up by huge teeth.

The bear’s fangs are also larger, and its bite may easily kill the ape, so the ape’s jaw isn’t much of an advantage.

If we are talking about a grizzly bear or a polar bear, it will certainly have the advantage and will win against a gorilla.

If we are talking about a bear the size of a gorilla, then chances are the gorilla will win the fight.

4. Lion

Each lion and gorilla has their own set of strengths, and each one is unique.

The gorilla’s huge canines are built for intimidation rather than for tearing flesh, and they still pale in comparison to the predatory fangs of its adversary:

the male lion!

If the lion were a male, at its maximum size, it would be incredibly difficult to get a decent bit on a lion’s neck due to their mane.

To kill a gorilla, the lion does not need to rely just on its bite.

Although it is still possible, a lion would not be able to kill a silverback gorilla with its teeth because its necks are securely covered.

However, many people forget that while grappling with another animal, cats tend to use their back paws to absolutely shred whatever part of the animal is directly in front of them.

They could do this in a matter of seconds and wreak significant damage. It’s possible that a lion might kill a gorilla in this manner with total certainty.

Either the lion grapples with the gorilla facing it and disembowels it in quick order with its back paws while also attempting to bite below its chin,

or it manages to secure a deep bite on the gorilla’s neck to the rear and paralyzes it.

3. Crocodile

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In this encounter, the crocodile would most likely win because they’re much bigger – two or three times the size of a big silverback male.

That is if we refer to the saltwater crocodile and the Nile crocodile. Furthermore, the croc’s bite is the most powerful ever recorded! 3700 pounds per square inch.

All they have to do is bite the gorilla and drag it underwater. Gorillas tend to fight by beating and tearing at limbs.

The crocodile’s thick skin and body design, especially underwater, would let it survive any pummeling or attempts to tear its limbs.

The Nile Crocodile, the world’s second-largest species, has been known to kill animals much larger than gorillas.

2. Giraffe

Giraffe! | I think this was the tallest giraffe at the zoo. | Daniel  Ramirez | Flickr

Giraffes fight each other by swinging their necks at one another as if they were in a giant pillow fight.

Sometimes lions attack giraffes and win, but more often than not, the giraffe’s incredibly powerful kick will land, killing or seriously injuring the lion.

A gorilla has the ability to quickly mount a giraffe’s legs and neck and grasp a firm grip, but it will be extremely difficult.

An adult giraffe is 7 to 10 times heavier than a silverback gorilla and still has its kick.

A giraffe can have a maximum weight of 4250 lbs (1930 kg) and, so with its far superior size and strength.

A giraffe’s headbutt, armed with ossicones, and kick can kill you!

Humans have been killed in this manner! The giraffe easily defeats a gorilla!

I believe that a giraffe’s simple headbutt or kick will be enough to send a gorilla flying to his death.

1. Tiger

Both the Bengal Tiger and the Silverback Gorilla are kings of their own environments. They are large, powerful, and intelligent animals.

When a tiger attacks a gorilla, the gorilla is not a safe and easy target, and the gorilla can inflict possibly fatal blows on the tiger.

The tiger has a faster reaction time, longer, stronger claws, and massive canine fangs, as well as better maneuverability.

With a bite force of 1050 PSI, the Tiger is close behind the gorilla.

Tiger canines, on the other hand, are around 0.5 to 1-inch longer (between 1.25 and 2.5 cm).

A tiger’s powerful body and thick fur are other advantages.

I think that because of the tiger’s hunting qualities, he can ambush a gorilla and kill it.

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