However, the third gorilla, the inquisitive 440 pound male silverback, Harambe, climbed down into the moat to investigate the child splashing in the water. Over the next 10 minutes, Harambe became increasingly “agitated and disoriented” by the screams of onlookers.
The killing of Harambe the gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo has prompted outrage and discussion over the subject of zoos in the first place. Background on the Killing of Harambe Search the site GO
The killing of a gorilla at a zoo in the US city of Cincinnati after a four-year-old boy fell into its enclosure triggers outrage on social media.
Harambe the gorilla is seen alongside the little boy who fell into the enclosure at the Cincinatti Zoo. CBS News Authorities said the child, who has not been identified, fell 10 to 12 feet.
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May 30, 2016 · Once the boy was in the gorilla enclosure, the zoo had to shoot Harambe — even though it wasn’t the solution anyone wanted, it was the only option.
Harambe acted like a gorilla. On the day Harambe died, a 4-year-old boy managed to get into his enclosure. Video of the incident shows that Harambe grabbed the child, stood over him at times, and
The clip shows Harambe standing guard in the corner of the moat (left, with the boy behind Harambe), and witnesses said the gorilla looked like he was trying to protect the boy from panicked
The killing of the male western lowland gorilla, Harambe, has sparked anger. The boy’s family said in a statement released to US media that he was “doing just fine” and thanked zoo staff for their
A change.org petition called for the parents of the 3-year-old boy to be held responsible for the death of Harambe, a 17-year-old male Western lowland silverback gorilla.