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Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Animal rights activists on vigil in remembrance of the gorilla that was shot dead



A 4-year-old boy slipped through a barricade at the gorilla exhibit on Saturday and fell into a small moat. A zoo special response team feared the boy's life was in danger, so they shot and killed the gorilla, named Harambe.


Animal rights activists have gathered at the Cincinnati Zoo for a vigil in remembrance of a gorilla who was fatally shot to protect a 4-year-old boy who had fallen into its exhibit.
Dozens of people were outside the zoo Monday afternoon. They held signs with messages such as "Rest in Peace Harambe."

3 comments:

  1. animals to them are living being though

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  2. animal kwa? vigil

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  3. Gorilla Harambe kwa? Na human being

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