How Strong Is Silverback Gorilla? the average weight of an adult Silverback Gorillas ranges from 136 to 195 kg (300 to 430 pounds).
The heaviest wild Gorilla ever recorded was a silverback male found in the Ambam town of Cameroon with a weight of 267 kg (589 pounds) and a height of 6 ft (1.83 meters)
When compared to an average human being, the silverback gorilla is four to nine times stronger than an average man.
Silverback gorilla can lift a weight up to 815kg (1800 lb) while a well-trained human can lift weight up to 410 kg.
Silverback gorillas exhibit incredible strength when they break bamboo canes, almost 20 times stronger than that of the average human. First, they bite the bamboo, which weakens it and then breaks it by hand.
When compared to other Gorilla Species, the Western Lowland Gorilla is the smallest subspecies.
Even though it is small in size than other Gorilla species yet it is a large primate and exhibits a sheer amount of strength.
The Western Lowland Gorilla is nearly as strong as the other gorilla species and the difference in strength might exist only due to differences in size and weight.
The weight of fully grown male eastern gorilla is 140 to 205 kg i.e. 309 to 453 lb while that of female gorillas is 90 to 100 kg i.e. 200 to 220 lb.
The Eastern Gorilla is a little stronger than the Western Lowland Gorilla.
Mountain gorillas are a little bit larger in size than other gorillas species.
An adult male has a weight of 195 kg (430 lb) while that of the female is 100 kg (200 lb).
Among all the Gorilla species, the Mountain Gorillas are slightly stronger due to their size and weight.
It is so powerful that it can even crush a crocodile.