Well of course the mother is the one to blame.
How else would the gorilla get to that baby.
She should forever have a ban placed on her at all Zoo’s in the USA, Canada and Mexico
It’s so much easier commenting on things without Researching. Smh smh and smh again. Damn shame.
What they’re calling a barrier, isn’t really a barrier at all, or by definition of the WORD. Read and comprehend below….
“This barrier is a little more than 3 feet high, with vertical bars every eight feet. He made his way through the bushes to the edge of the moat, a distance of approximately 4 feet. From there, he dropped 15 feet to the moat, into a foot and a half of water.”
He DIDN’T go over the rail. He merely crawled straight thru it, and then straight thru the 4feet of bushes, before dropping. That’s not a barrier at all. And here another expert speaks:
Primatologist Julia Gallucci said: ‘The gorilla enclosure should have been surrounded by a secondary barrier between the humans and the animals to prevent exactly this type of incident.’
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