List Notes: These weights are for average sized male primates.
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The Eastern Lowland Gorilla or Gorilla beringei graueri is the largest living primate known to science (the Sasquatch if it exists is probably heavier) . The maximum size of a male gorilla can be over 225 kg (500 lb) and 1.83 m (6 ft) in the wild, with much heavier weights recorded in captivity.
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