Saddened by the killing of Harambe, the 17-year-old gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo on May 29, Pamela Anderson, 49, is calling for a “ban” on all zoos and an end to keeping any animals in captivity, HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY reports. The actress hopes this tragedy prompts us all to take action and protect our “beautiful” animals.
The 4-year-old boy who fell into the gorilla pit at Cincinnati Zoo on May 28 sparked a national controversy after 17-year-old silverback Harambe was shot and killed, and now we know who this little boy is. His name is Isiah Dickerson, and he was visiting the zoo with his mom, Michelle Gregg. His mother is already under fire for not paying enough attention to her child, but will Isiah be too?
Leave it to PETA to come to Harambe‘s rescue! The organization fiercely protects all animal rights, and the killing of a gorilla at a Cincinnati zoo is definitely not right in their eyes. The incident that occurred on May 28 has aroused the attention of the organization, and they are disgusted with what they have seen. Read their message below!
The world is still in an uproar after Harambe, a Silverback Gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo, was shot and killed by zoo workers on Saturday, May 25. As an endangered species, many feel strongly that other measures could have been taken to prevent losing Harambe, all the while saving the little boy, 4, who fell into his enclosure that fateful day. It seems that one good thing has come out of Harambe’s death, and that is the massive interest in his species. Therefore, here are five fast facts about the Silverback Gorilla who continues to make headlines even after being killed.
When a small boy appeared in a gorilla’s enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo on May 28, no one was prepared to see him come into contact with the 400 pound animal. Read on to see exactly how the boy managed to get on the wrong side of the fence!
An investigation into the Cincinnati Zoo has officially begun three days after a 17-year-old endangered gorilla was shot and killed when a young boy fell into his habitat. And the little boy’s mother could be facing criminal charges after the investigation is complete!
The heartbreaking death of Harambe, the 17-year-old gorilla shot at the Cincinnati Zoo, has left Kaley Cuoco, 30, seeing red! Though zoo officials decided to kill Harambe to save a 4-year-old boy that fell into the animal’s exhibit, Kaley thinks the child was completely safe from the gorilla!