Raising Gorilla Babies

Pimm, Nancy Roe
November 2007
Highlights for Children;Nov2007, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p10
This article describes the efforts of Barbara Jones and Maureen Casale, keepers at the Columbus Zoo in Ohio, to end the practice of raising baby gorillas in nurseries.


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