Newborn gorilla gave Cleveland Zoo challenges — and opportunities
A baby gorilla was born at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo recently, a first in its 139-year history.
The gorilla caretakers trained the adult gorillas how to nurture a baby ahead of time, which came in handy because the mother did not show a strong maternal instinct.
Taylor Haggerty of ideastream Public Media reports.
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