According to AWF, there are only 786 mountain gorillas left in the world. The primary threat to their decreasing numbers are because of deforestation. They also have a slow rate of reproduction, which adds to the threat of extinction.
Today, there are less than 800 mountain gorillas left in the wild. They are listed as “Endangered” on the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Redlist and are the most endangered subspecies of gorilla. Their biggest threat is habitat loss, but their numbers also decrease from poaching.
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