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The tourists were bundled to the ground by the silverback before the guide of the tour tried to calm the gorilla by waving his hand
13 Apr 2017
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One Tyme records preview of Silverback's 1solo project : Whats Real MontReal Vol: 1....4 More go on ONETYME.COM & Myspace****/silverback514
24 Mar 2008
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Silverback Technologies - Eurobike 2011
18 Dec 2011
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Rob Spedding chats with Raoul from Silverback about two of the German/South African brand's key 2013 bikes, the Scalera 1 aero road bike and the Syncra 1 650b hardtail MTB. *******www.bikeradar****
1 Oct 2012
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Our Big Announcement
1 Oct 2007
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Golden Oldies Rugby Union Over 35 Comp. South East QLD. 12th March 2011
16 Mar 2011
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Until recently there were considered to be three species of gorilla, The Western Lowland, The Eastern Lowland and Mountain Gorilla. There is now agreement that the gorilla is divided into two species of at least two subspecies each. More recently it has been claimed that a third subspecies exists in one of these groups.A silverback is an adult male gorilla, typically more than 12 years of age and named for the distinctive patch of silver hair on his back. A silverback gorilla has large canines that come with maturity. Black backs are sexually mature males of up to 11 years of age. Silverbacks are the strong, dominant troop leaders. Each typically leads a troop of 5 to 30 gorillas and is the center of the troop's attention, making all the decisions, mediating conflicts, determining the movements of the group, leading the others to feeding sites and taking responsibility for the safety and well-being of the troop.
7 Aug 2007
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A Silverback Lowland Gorilla with his mate at the Smithsonian Zoo in Wahsington DC.
5 Sep 2007
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Watch a caring Silverback Gorilla protect a young boy from other gorillas after he fell into he gorilla pit
12 Dec 2007
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IFL on FSN February 24: Finals 2007– Silverbacks vs Pitbulls
26 Feb 2008
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Ten years in the making, Ron’s most recently finished carving is “The African Chamber”; with an elephant, a silverback gorilla, pythons, an orang-utan with attitude and countless other varieties of animals. “The Last Supper” was a challenge, “The Egyptian Room” a bit of a giggle and now, goblins, dinosaurs, an Archangel and Nostradamus emerge eerily from the walls. *******www.blackopalsaustralia****.au Produced by *******www.authenticholidayfilms****
12 Sep 2008
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Pepper *******pepperlive****/ LAW Records *******www.myspace****/lawrecords Silverback Artist Management *******silverbackmusic****/ Controlled Substance Sound Labs *******
15 Apr 2009
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A few few hour on a Saturday afternoon in London... A quick stroll down the famous Portobello Road markets... Then the tube over to the London Zoo to check out some of the animals including the amazing silverback Gorillas... Hope you enjoy :)
4 May 2009
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Gorillas share 98% of our DNA. They are practically family... We visited the mountain gorillas of the Virunga Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda, and what a sight it was. To be only a few feet away from them in their natural habitat, each group we saw, 13 and Hirwa, went on their business as usual. Then, Mommy and Daddy in "Hirwa" group decided to make a baby in front of us. Priceless!!! The Silverbacks (group leaders), as the mature males are called, can reach 400+ pounds and can live to be 50 years old. Mountain gorillas subside mostly on stems, leaves and bamboo. Fortunately, poaching in Rwanda has been stopped a few years ago. Size of family groups can range from 5-46.
6 Feb 2010
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Wild mountain gorillas lead a peaceful life, spending their days eating, sleeping, and playing. Large silverbacks, the same ones depicted as violent in movies like King Kong and Congo, patiently allow baby gorillas to climb all over them, and unless they are threatened, do not show aggression toward humans or each other. Watch and learn from the intelligence, gentle nature, and vulnerability of this most human-like species. Distributed by Tubemogul.
25 Aug 2010
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We often think that when a wild mountain gorilla beats his chest, it means he is angry, and you'd better get out of his way. But it is really just his way of either showing off, getting rid of anxiety, or merely just staying in contact with his family. Craig Sholley, the explore team's guide to the gorilla population of Rwanda, explains the nuances of gorilla communication, from the "belch vocalization" of a content silverback to the angry "pig grunt" of a female feeling threatened on her own turf. Distributed by Tubemogul.
25 Aug 2010
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