Anti-poaching ranger's extraordinary selfies with two gorillas that look almost ...

Me and my pri-mates! Anti-poaching ranger's extraordinary selfies with two gorillas that look almost HUMAN in Congo national park Virunga, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, has 600 dedicated rangers  Latest picture garnered 12 thousand likes and 14 thousand shares on Facebook All of the rangers go through an extensive six-month training regime 

By Leigh Mcmanus For Mailonline

Published: 13:46 BST, 20 April 2019 | Updated: 15:40 BST, 20 April 2019

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Two gorillas at the Virunga National Park in Congo looked extraordinarily human-like as they posed for a selfie with anti-poaching rangers.

Virunga, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, has 600 dedicated rangers and two of them snapped the heartwarming series of selfies.

One shows the gorillas standing upright behind the men, while another titled 'family time' shows one of the rangers, Patrick Sadiki with the primates, Ndakasi and Matabishi cuddling up to him. 

Two gorillas at the Virunga National Park in Congo looked human-like as they posed for a selfie

Two gorillas at the Virunga National Park in Congo looked human-like as they posed for a selfie

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