Gorilla Anatomy model 1/6th scale v.1
Gorilla anatomy model 1/6th scale v.1
The gorilla model is set at 1/6th scale, representing one of the the largest animal on record at over 6 ft in height weighting in at 500 lb - 600 lb. This desktop size model is approximately 12" tall, it shows superficial muscle on one side, surface anatomy on the other side. This size is perfect for desktop reference, teaching or study. Model shown here with mouth-closed head of Western Lowland Gorilla and Eastern/Mountain Gorilla.
Note* mouth-open "roar" head and plinth sold separately.
approximate size: 13" x 6" x 6" (including the base)
The gorilla, it is the largest primates of today, adult males weight 135 - 180 kg (300 - 400 lb), exceptional large individuals can weight up to 230 kg (500 lb), females are about half that weight. Males gorillas are 1.7 to 1.8 m in height, 2.3 - 2.6 m arm span. Despite its intimidating appearance, the gorilla is a relatively gentle giant, foraging on the jungle ground for its vegetarian diet. There are 3 subspecies of gorillas, all living in central Africa, the Western lowland gorilla(Gorilla. gorilla), these are the ones you see in zoos around the world, they have a very distinct face. The other slightly larger is the Eastern lowland gorilla(Gorilla. beringei. graueri) and the mountain gorilla(Gorilla. beringei. beringei), the two eastern subspecies are now classified as Gorilla. beringei.