Endangered gorillas pose for selfies with anti-poaching rangers

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It is obvious that animals know when someone wishes them harm, and when they only wish the best for them. These gorillas know that the keepers are trying to protect them, so they took a photo together.

These interesting scenes were recorded in Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo.

Many people are trained to protect many wild animals, including these amazing gorillas.

As dangerous as the job is, they sometimes get close to these special creatures. This is proven by the photos that delighted people on the internet.

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These gorillas are called Ndakasi and Matabishi. They are an endangered species. It’s fascinating how safe they feel around their keepers.

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However, this is not the first time that this team has been photographed together.

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