Morphology of a gorilla: fruit-eating
anthropoid ape. The largest and strongest of all apes.
Head: uppermost part of a gorilla.
Ear: organ of hearing.
Nape: back of the neck.
Shoulder: joint between the arm and the trunk of a gorilla.
Back: back of the trunk.
Chest: front of the thorax.
Belly: front of the abdomen.
Thigh: upper part of the rear limb.
Knee: joint of the rear limb.
Leg: lower part of the rear limb.
Foot: part of the end of the rear limb on which the gorilla walks.
Toe: jointed appendage of the foot.
Finger: jointed appendage of the hand.
Hand: prehensile organ at the end of the upper limb.
Wrist: joint between the hand and the forearm.
Forearm: middle part of the upper limb.
Elbow: joint between the arm and the forearm.
Arm: upper part of the front limb.
Neck: part of the gorilla that connects the head to the body.
Mouth: entrance to the digestive tract.
Nostril: entrance to the respiratory system.
Eye: sight organ of a gorilla.
Superciliary arch: bony prominence that forms the eyebrow.