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  • gorira


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • gorilla

Examples of ゴリラ in a Sentence

Koko is not an ordinary gorilla.
Most people think that gorillas are stupid. Is that true?
Hundreds of people called or wrote to the Gorilla Foundation.
She lives at the Gorilla Foundation in California.
The gorilla was one year old at the time.
Researchers at the Gorilla Foundation have to spell out words like "c-a-n-d-y" and "g-u-m" when Koko is nearby.
At that time I really understood that gorillas have feelings.
In fact, they have many of the same feelings that people have.
Gorillas cannot use their lips and tongues to speak, but they can communicate with people in other ways.
She held him like mother gorillas hold their babies.

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