Serious i want to teach a gorilla how to use a bow just to witness the massive draw weight it could manage

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Gorillas are retarded. You have a better chance teaching orangutan.
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you probably could
 
chudur-budur

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Silverback Gorillas can bench press 4000lb easily. From that experiment, it's been estimated that a single average Silverback Gorilla has a strength of 20 average men.

 
Danish Retard

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Silverback Gorillas can bench press 4000lb easily. From that experiment, it's been estimated that a single average Silverback Gorilla has a strength of 20 average men.

Why did evolution make us so fucking weak jfl
 
Zargrim

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6'4" guy here I don't fear manlets or animals sorry
 
NEETmax2TheBrimBoyo

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just take the biggest most fucking alpha gorilla and teach him how to use a bow for the mere spectacle of seeing him manage 200+ pounds of draw weight.

Tbh same, are you subscribed to the slingshot channel on yt (joerg sprave)? I think you'll enjoy it if you're interested in bows and drawweight.

Why did evolution make us so fucking weak jfl

Bruh humans are pretty good. First of all we are so good at throwing stuff that the #2 (other apes) don't even come close, if there is a throwing competition and every animal is invited humans are going to fucking murder every other species.

For long distance running, we'd take 2nd place (can't beat sled dogs unfortunately), but it's a fairly comfortable 2nd place. If you are interested in how brutal sled dogs are in this regard watch this video:



EDIT: I have just rewatched the video and they are grossly incorrect on the fact that we use mostly fat and protein for fuel in long distance running. In fact, even ultra-marathon runners (100km+, in comparison a regular marathon is about 42km) generally use carbs, this is why they have energy 'gel' bars etc. with them during the race to consume for extra carbs. They are probably confused with the aerobic endurance system and the glycolitic endurance system which has little to do with macronutrients such as fats or carbs.


Those spices you add to your food for fun? Literally designed to kill other species that eat them, but we are like 'oh yum dat sum gud shit'.

Chili peppers? Literally evolved so you don't eat them, yet we humans hold competitions eating them.

All in all, we are also extremely well-rounded: we can run extremely well, we can climb decently and we can swim and dive decently, honestly the only animal that dwarfs us in all-roundedness is probably the jaguar (who also rapes all the other feline apex predators btw), who dominates water, arboreal and forest floor izi.

And of course this is ignoring our intelligence on purpose which allows us to... well, do everything basically (except get laid sometimes unfortunately).
 
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