A new mountain gorilla species has been found in the northwest African nation of Kenya.
The new species is known as the Sibiromangonyo and is one of the most endangered mountain gorillas on the continent.
The species has also been known as a “belly-dwelling” species.
The new species, which was discovered on Mount Tsunami in northern Ngaba, has been named Sibiriomangononyo.
It has a body length of 2.6 meters (6 feet), weighs an average of 1,500 kilograms (3,000 pounds), and has a trunk length of 12 meters (42 feet), making it one of Africa’s heaviest mountain gorans.
The animal has a long, flexible body that can be used for climbing or climbing in trees, and can reach a height of 15 meters (46 feet).
It has a pair of curved horns on the top of its head, and a black and white color pattern on its belly, giving it a camouflage pattern that allows it to blend in among other animals and humans.
The Sibiris are a small group of gorillas that have lived in the northeastern part of Kenya for about 3 million years.
The Sibirs have no human relatives, and there are only three living populations on the island of Kenya and a couple of other isolated mountain gorilla populations.
The northern population was split into two groups during the last ice age.
There are still only a few surviving groups of Sibireas in the world, and the two most recent Sibires in Africa were separated in 2005.
The last surviving group of Siboires in the wild lives in Botswana, and is thought to have been wiped out about 15,000 years ago.
There is no known reason why the new Sibirus was able to survive on Tsunamis mountain.
However, scientists are hopeful that the Siboiri can eventually return to their homeland.
The Siboiras are the last living population on Tsuna and have been living there since about 1.5 million years ago, when the last Ice Age ended.
Scientists believe that the extinction of the Sibi in Botswanans history, and then the subsequent isolation of Sibi populations in Africa, led to their extinction.
In the past, there have been several species of gorilla on Tsunsamis mountains, but the new species may be the last to make it into the wild.
(CNN) (Image via: Wikipedia)