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The more you learn about the dignity of the gorilla, the more you want to avoid people. ---->>>

When you realize the value of all life, you dwell less on what is past and concentrate more on the preservation of the future.

When you realize the value of all life, you dwell less on what is past and concentrate more on the preservation of the future.

When you realize the value of all life, you dwell on what is past and concentrate more on the preservation of the future.

When you realize the value of all life, you dwell on what is past and concentrate more on the preservation of the future.

I feel more comfortable with gorillas than people. I can anticipate what a gorilla's going to do, and they're purely motivated. ---->>>

The man who kills the animals today is the man who kills the people who get in his way tomorrow. ---->>>

Gorillas are almost altruistic in nature. There's very little if any 'me-itis.' When I get back to civilization, I'm always appalled by 'me, me, me.' ---->>>

I had a wonderful contact, especially with Uncle Bert who was an angel and led the whole group over to my side of a steep ravine I could not cross to get over to them. ---->>>

It is true that there comes a time when I do literally dream about McDonald's. I dream of supermarkets and drug stores, potato chips and the Sunday morning paper. ---->>>

One of the basic steps in saving a threatened species is to learn more about it: its diet, its mating and reproductive processes, its range patterns, its social behavior.

One of the basic steps in saving a threatened species is to learn more about it: its diet, its mating and reproductive processes, its range patterns, its social behavior.

Gorillas are the largest of the great apes. A mature male may be six feet tall and weigh 400 pounds or more; his enormous arms can span eight feet. ---->>>

I have no friends. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 01-16, 1932
Birthplace:
Die: 12-26, 1985
Occupation: Scientist
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Dian Fossey (; January 16, 1932 – c. December 26, 1985) was an American zoologist, primatologist, and anthropologist who undertook an extensive study of mountain gorilla groups over a period of 18 years. She studied them daily in the mountain forests of Rwanda, initially encouraged to work there by anthropologist Louis Leakey (wikipedia)