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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."


  1. animals to them are living being though

  2. animal kwa? vigil

  3. Gorilla Harambe kwa? Na human being