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.

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EN : Tamarin (small monkeys)
FR : les Tamarins
ES : Tamarino

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          (small monkeys)</font>

Many tamarin species typically have mustache-like facial hairs. Their body size ranges from 18 to 30 cm and they weigh from 220 to 900 grams. Tamarins differ from marmosets primarily in the fact that the lower canine teeth are clearly longer than the incisors.

Animation : Gorilla