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In the wild, male gorillas are forced out of the family group before they hit sexual maturity and go either solo or in bachelor groups, so I don't think they have any natural inclination towards inbreeding. International gorilla registries forbid breeding of animals more closely related than second cousin, although I wonder if an exception might be made to try and preserve the albinism gene?
I have my doubts that they would being Gorillas are critically endangered, which Im sure they want to have the purest possible genes of this Genus. I dont think a mutation would change anyones mind on corrupting bloodlines..
Well, good thing these guys aren't in the pet trade..