Mountain gorillas live in east-central Africa in just two isolated groups, one in the Virunga Volcanoes (a region spanning 3 national parks in Uganda, Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo) and one in Bwindi National Park, Uganda, which connects to Sarambwe Nature Reserve. They eat roots, shoots, fruit, wild celery, and tree bark and pulp. Gorillas rarely drink in the wild because they consume succulent vegetation that is comprised of almost half water as well as morning dew. I think the Mountain Gorilla would change by being more active on hot days but would get very tired because they have very low water requirements and be all droopy . But as they go through and get to the colder days they would act differently because of the weather but seeing it wouldn't be so hot they might not need water so frequently and I think they would act passive .
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