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    The Hard Life Of Gorillas [Oldies]


    A gorilla being marched along immediatedly after its capture in the Belgian Congo, circa 1960. (Photo by H. Goldstein/Central Press)


    A gorilla being marched along immediatedly after its capture in the Belgian Congo, circa 1960. (Photo by H. Goldstein/Central Press)




    British Captain A. Gatti and two pygmies with a 500lb gorilla strung from a pole, which the captain shot in the Tchibinda forest in the Lake Kivu region, Democratic Republic of the Congo, circa 1930. (Photo by General Photographic Agency)


    British captain A. Gatti and two pygmies with a 500lb gorilla strung from a pole, which the captain shot in the Tchibinda forest in the Lake Kivu region, Democratic Republic of the Congo, circa 1930. (Photo by General Photographic Agency)




    A group of African tribespeople squat round a huge dead gorilla, January 1932. (Photo by Topical Press Agency)


    A group of African tribespeople squat round a huge dead gorilla, January 1932. (Photo by Topical Press Agency)




    Tribesmen stand by a captive gorilla, circa 1925. (Photo by General Photographic Agency)


    Tribesmen stand by a captive gorilla, circa 1925. (Photo by General Photographic Agency)




    Taxidermists at work stuffing a gorilla at the Natural History Museum in London, 1968. (Photo by Chris Ware/Keystone Features)


    Taxidermists at work stuffing a gorilla at the Natural History Museum in London, 1968. (Photo by Chris Ware/Keystone Features)


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The Hard Life Of Gorillas [Oldies]


A gorilla being marched along immediatedly after its capture in the Belgian Congo, circa 1960. (Photo by H. Goldstein/Central Press)


A gorilla being marched along immediatedly after its capture in the Belgian Congo, circa 1960. (Photo by H. Goldstein/Central Press)




British Captain A. Gatti and two pygmies with a 500lb gorilla strung from a pole, which the captain shot in the Tchibinda forest in the Lake Kivu region, Democratic Republic of the Congo, circa 1930. (Photo by General Photographic Agency)


British captain A. Gatti and two pygmies with a 500lb gorilla strung from a pole, which the captain shot in the Tchibinda forest in the Lake Kivu region, Democratic Republic of the Congo, circa 1930. (Photo by General Photographic Agency)




A group of African tribespeople squat round a huge dead gorilla, January 1932. (Photo by Topical Press Agency)


A group of African tribespeople squat round a huge dead gorilla, January 1932. (Photo by Topical Press Agency)




Tribesmen stand by a captive gorilla, circa 1925. (Photo by General Photographic Agency)


Tribesmen stand by a captive gorilla, circa 1925. (Photo by General Photographic Agency)




Taxidermists at work stuffing a gorilla at the Natural History Museum in London, 1968. (Photo by Chris Ware/Keystone Features)


Taxidermists at work stuffing a gorilla at the Natural History Museum in London, 1968. (Photo by Chris Ware/Keystone Features)


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