เราเป็นกลุ่มเพื่อนที่รักการเขียนและแบ่งปันเรื่องราวของเรา เราผ่านอะไรมาด้วยกันมากมาย และเราต้องการแบ่งปันประสบการณ์ของเรากับคนทั้งโลก เราหวังว่าเรื่องราวของเราจะสร้างแรงบันดาลใจให้ผู้อื่นได้ใช้ชีวิตอย่างดีที่สุด
เราเริ่มต้นบล็อกนี้เพราะเราหลงใหลเกี่ยวกับประเทศไทยและวัฒนธรรมไทย เราต้องการแบ่งปันความรักของเราที่มีต่อประเทศนี้กับคนทั่วโลก และช่วยให้ผู้อื่นได้สัมผัสกับความงามของประเทศไทยผ่านงานเขียนของเรา ตั้งแต่นั้นมา บล็อกของเราได้กลายเป็นแหล่งข่าวประจำวันและหัวข้อยอดนิยมในประเทศไทย ผู้อ่านของเราไว้วางใจเราในการรายงานอย่างตรงไปตรงมาและเป็นกลางเกี่ยวกับสิ่งที่เกิดขึ้นในประเทศ
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เราเริ่มต้นเว็บไซต์นี้เพราะเรารักประเทศไทยและเราต้องการแบ่งปันความรักของประเทศของเรากับคนทั่วโลก เราคิดว่าประเทศไทยเป็นสถานที่ที่สวยงามและน่าสนใจที่สุดแห่งหนึ่งของโลก และเราต้องการที่จะแสดงให้ผู้คนเห็นว่าสิ่งใดที่ทำให้ที่นี่มีความพิเศษ
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The word “gorilla” comes from the history of Hanno the Navigator (c. 500 BC), a Carthaginian explorer on an expedition to the west African coast to the area that later became Sierra Leone. Members of the expedition encountered “savage people, the greater part of whom were women, whose bodies were hairy, and whom our interpreters called Gorillae”. It is unknown whether what the explorers encountered were what we now call gorillas, another species of ape or monkeys, or humans. Skins of gorillai women, brought back by Hanno, are reputed to have been kept at Carthage until Rome destroyed the city 350 years later at the end of the Punic Wars, 146 BC.
The American physician and missionary Thomas Staughton Savage and naturalist Jeffries Wyman first described the western gorilla in 1847 from specimens obtained in Liberia. They called it Troglodytes gorilla, using the then-current name of the chimpanzee genus. The species name was derived from Ancient Greek Γόριλλαι (gorillai) ‘tribe of hairy women’, as described by Hanno.
Evolution and classification
The closest relatives of gorillas are the other two Homininae genera, chimpanzees and humans, all of them having diverged from a common ancestor about 7 million years ago. Human gene sequences differ only 1.6% on average from the sequences of corresponding gorilla genes, but there is further difference in how many copies each gene has. Until recently, gorillas were considered to be a single species, with three subspecies: the western lowland gorilla, the eastern lowland gorilla and the mountain gorilla. There is now agreement that there are two species, each with two subspecies. More recently, a third subspecies has been claimed to exist in one of the species. The separate species and subspecies developed from a single type of gorilla during the Ice Age, when their forest habitats shrank and became isolated from each other.
Primatologists continue to explore the relationships between various gorilla populations. The species and subspecies listed here are the ones upon which most scientists agree.
The proposed third subspecies of Gorilla beringei, which has not yet received a trinomen, is the Bwindi population of the mountain gorilla, sometimes called the Bwindi gorilla.
Some variations that distinguish the classifications of gorilla include varying density, size, hair colour, length, culture, and facial widths. Population genetics of the lowland gorillas suggest that the western and eastern lowland populations diverged around 261 thousand years ago.
Phân loại[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]
Họ hàng gần nhất của khỉ đột là hai loài tinh tinh và con người, tất cả các loài thuộc họ Người đã tách ra từ một tổ tiên chung khoảng 7 triệu năm trước. Chuỗi gen con người chỉ khác biệt trung bình 1.6% so với chuỗi gen tương ứng của khỉ đột. Cho đến gần đây, khỉ đột được coi là một loài duy nhất, với ba phân loài: khỉ đột đồng bằng phía tây, khỉ đột đồng bằng phía đông và khỉ đột núi. Hiện nay có hai loài khỉ đột với mỗi loài hai phân loài. Các loài và phân loài khác nhau phát triển từ một loài khỉ đột duy nhất vào kỷ băng hà.
Các nhà linh trưởng học đang tiếp tục nghiên cứu mối quan hệ giữa các quần thể khỉ đột khác nhau. Các loài và phân loài dưới đây được hầu hết các nhà khoa học đồng ý.[cần dẫn nguồn]
Gorilla beringei đôi khi được cho là có phân loài thứ ba, không được đặt danh pháp ba phần, chúng là những cá thể khỉ đột núi ở Bwindi, đôi khi được gọi là khỉ đột Bwindi.
Một vài đặc điểm để phân biệt khỉ đột gồm kích thước, màu lông, chiều dài, tính xã hội và độ rộng mặt. Hiện nay, hơn 100,000 cá thể khỉ đột đồng bằng phía tây được cho là tồn tại trong thiên nhiên, với 4,000 trong vườn thú; Khỉ đột đồng bằng phía đông với 4,000 trong thiên nhiên, 24 trong vườn thú. Khỉ đột núi có khả năng tuyệt chủng cao nhất, ước tính khoảng 620 cá thể còn lại trong thiên nhiên và không có trong các vườn thú.
What WWF Is Doing
Guard with a handheld GPS device to record location in Virunga National Park, habitat of the mountain gorilla.
PREVENTING POACHING AND ILLEGAL WILDLIFE TRADE
Because poaching is a problem across central Africa, WWF works with TRAFFIC, the world’s largest wildlife trade monitoring network, and the World Conservation Union to monitor the illegal trade of gorillas and other great apes. WWF also advocates for nations to more effectively enforce wildlife laws and raises awareness in local villages of the dangers of eating bushmeat. In addition, WWF has trained local wildlife authorities in modern methods of antipoaching and gorilla monitoring and provided equipment and provisions for antipoaching teams in several nations.
Ecotourism provides opportunities for protecting gorillas and their forest homes and for helping the local people. WWF has habituated gorilla groups to humans to develop opportunities for gorilla tourism. For instance in the Dzanga-Sangha Protected Areas, located in the south western Central African Republic, WWF has run a Primate Habituation Program since 1997 that habituates western lowland gorillas for tourism and research. It plays a vital role in the park’s management strategy by generating significant revenue and strengthening the vital link with the community. The program is the major employer of Indigenous people in the region and currently employs 60 people, including 45 indigenous Ba’Aka. Today, tourism is regaining its grounds and more investments are being made to further develop ecotourism in Dzanga-Sangha with the projection to attain at least 1,000 tourists annually by 2025.
WWF conducts research into the ecology, distribution, and population biology of gorillas. We also support research into the spread of diseases between humans and gorillas and the natural spread of diseases such as Ebola, as well as disease prevention. Park rangers are often the ones monitoring gorillas, and so WWF and our partners have established a ranger-based monitoring program for mountain gorillas that documented a 17% increase in gorilla numbers in the Virunga Mountains over a 14-year period.
Habitat destruction is a concern for both eastern and westerns gorillas. WWF has worked to designate new protected areas for gorillas in many places, like in Cameroon, where gorilla sanctuaries would provide havens for the rare cross river gorilla as well as the western lowland gorilla. WWF also collaborates with local governments in the Congo Basin, logging companies, and international lending institutions to promote dialogue, encourage the best environmental practices and promote the adoption of forest certification standards such as the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification.
- 1 Tiếng Anh
- 1.1 Cách phát âm
- 1.2 Danh từ
- 1.3 Tham khảo
Cách phát âm[sửa]
- IPA: /ɡə.ˈrɪ.lə/
Hoa Kỳ [ɡə.ˈrɪ.lə]
gorilla (số nhiều gorillas)
- (Động vật học) Con khỉ đột, con gôrila.
- ( Mỹ; lóng) Kẻ giết người, cướp của.
- (Lóng) Người bảo vệ của nhân vật quan trọng.
- “gorilla“, Hồ Ngọc Đức, Dự án Từ điển tiếng Việt miễn phí (chi tiết)
(động vật học) con gôrila, con khỉ đột
(từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) kẻ giết người, cướp của
(từ lóng) người bảo vệ của nhân vật quan trọng
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- hoodlum , ruffian , tough
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Giant lemurs, now extinct, were as large as adult gorillas.
Many new enclosures, e.g., for gorillas, snow leopards and polar bears, were built in recent years.
In 2005, a girl in a cage being carried by a gorilla effect character was also seen to roam the park.
Once the gorillas reach maturity, both females and males usually leave the group.
After the pup receives some roughhousing, however, the bloodhound’s fleas, were most disturbed and therefore decided to get back at the gorilla.
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