When sneaking up on a silverback gorilla, you want to be quiet and careful.
That's a lesson I learned here in the jungle of the Central African Republic from Angelique Todd, who spends nearly every day of her life with a family of gorillas.
On one particular morning, we were just a few feet from a roughly 500-pound, six-foot-long wild animal, who was alternately daydreaming and nodding off.
"He's sleeping," said Todd. "[The silverback] is the dominant male. So the male gorillas develop this...Full Story