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London Zoo Calls Gorilla Escape A ‘Minor Incident,’ Kumbuka Is “Doing Very Well”

A London Zoo has said on Friday that the escape of a silverback gorilla from its enclosure at the facility was a “minor incident” which posed no danger to the public. However, animal rights activists are putting pressure on officials to investigate the incident further. A wildlife advocacy group states that the incident, that ended... Read more » London Zoo Calls Gorilla Escape A ‘Minor
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