Are you ready for an overload of cuteness? Three sweet little Malayan tiger cubs were just born at the Cincinnati Zoo, and the first video of them being care for will melt your heart.
Michelle Gregg, the mother of the little boy who fell into the gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo will NOT face criminal charges. While many claimed that it’s because of her that the beloved gorilla, Harambe, was killed, Michelle was found to be ‘attentive’ when the boy ran off.
Hamilton County prosecutor, Joe Deters, announced on June 6 that Michelle Gregg was not negligent when her 3-year-old boy, Isiah Dickerson, strayed at the Cincinnati Zoo, which resulted in him falling into the Gorilla enclosure on May 28. Joe pointed out that the mother had three other children in her care, and based on surveillance cameras and witnesses, she did nothing wrong.
Amidst the controversy the Cincinnati Zoo sparked after killing 17-year-old gorilla Harambe, Jane Goodall has shared her two cents. In a correspondence with the zoo’s director, the renowned primate expert called the ordeal ‘devastating.’ Read her heartbreaking email right here.
If there’s one person who is undoubtedly upset over the killing of Harambe, the silverback gorilla who was shot and killed at the Cincinnati Zoo on May 28 after a 4-year-old boy fell into his pit, it’s Jane Goodall. The 82-year-old primate expert expressed her sadness in an email to the zoo’s director, Thane Maynard, also evaluating the action that was taken in the tragic situation.
Hollywood’s most outspoken animal activist Pamela Anderson is now speaking out on the controversial death of Harambe the Gorilla — urging us all to ‘make our voices heard’. HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE details.
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.
Everyone can’t stop talking about the boy who fell into the gorilla cage at Cincinnati Zoo and prompted zookeepers to kill poor silverback gorilla Harambe. Get ready to keep that conversation going — the boy’s identity has now been revealed.
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?
Have you been wondering about Silverback Gorillas ever since the tragic death of Harambe at the Cincinnati Zoo? Here’s everything you need to know about the endangered species.
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.
We’ve all seen the terrifying video of a four-year-old boy being grabbed by a gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo, but what’s less obvious is how the child was able to get into the animal’s habitat. Find out how it happened right here.
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!
There is officially an investigation underway at the Cincinnati Zoo. The local police department and prosecutor’s office are meeting to discuss filing possible criminal charges, an the mom of the boy who got trapped in the gorilla’s enclosure may have to pay for being neglectful.
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!
Kaley Cuoco is demanding justice for Harambe, the gorilla killed after a 4-year-old boy fell into his enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo. Kaley slammed Harambe’s shooting as ‘senseless,’ saying that the boy was in no danger from the ‘gorgeous’ beast.
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!
The controversial question of whether or not the Cincinnati Zoo gorilla should’ve been shot to death continues to rock the country. Zoo officials determined that the endangered animal was too dangerous to the boy who fell in his enclosure, but animal behavior expert, Gisela Kaplan, disagrees — here’s why.
Not every wildlife and animal expert agrees with the Cincinnati Zoo’s decision to kill 17-year-old gorilla, Harambe! While the general consensus among professionals seems to be that Harambe posed a threat to the four-year-old boy who fell into his habitat, not everyone shares that opinion, and one expert even claims there was no danger to the young child at all.
Harambe the gorilla needed to be shot and killed at the Cincinnati Zoo — otherwise the little boy who fell into his enclosure would’ve lost his life, according to famous zookeeper, Jack Hanna. Find out why he’s defending the zoo’s decision to kill the endangered animal here.
Jack Hanna is the latest wildlife expert to weigh in on the Cincinnati Zoo gorilla controversy. The zoo has faced major backlash for shooting and killing a 400 lb. animal after a 4-year-old boy fell into its habitat, but Jack says the staff had absolutely no choice — it was either the gorilla’s life….or the kid’s.
The controversy over killing a 400 lb. gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo continues…and Jeff Corwin is the latest to weigh in. The animal expert is defending the zoo’s decision to shoot the endangered animal and puts the blame on the parents of the 4-year-old boy who fell into its enclosure — watch here!
Should Harambe the gorilla have been fatally shot after a young boy fell into his habitat at the Cincinnati Zoo? That’s the debate everyone seems to be having after shocking footage of the May 28 incident surfaced, and wildlife expert Jeff Corwin is now adding his two cents. Find out why he supports the zoo’s decision and hear his important message to parents about zoo responsibility here!
Even though a 4-year-old boy’s life was saved on May 28, after he fell into a gorilla’s enclosure, many people are now questioning the decision the zoo made to shoot and kill the gorilla, instead of tranquilizing it. Well, the zoo’s direction has finally explained why!
The recent killing of a gorilla to save a 4-year-old boy’s life at the Cincinnati Zoo on May 28 has sparked outrage, but the zoo’s director held a press conference on Monday, May 30, and explained why they made the decision to shoot and kill the 450-pound creature.
The family of the 4-year-old boy, who fell into the gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo on Saturday, May 28, is now thanking the zoo staff for shooting the animal dead. They said because of the staff’s ‘quick action,’ their ‘child is safe.’ Read their full statement here.
Due to the “quick action in the Cincinnati Zoo staff” in killing a 450-pound gorilla on May 28, Michelle Gregg‘s 4-year-old boy is now home “safe” after he fell into the animal’s enclosure and got dragged around like a rag doll. Michelle and her family released a statement, praising the staff for their decision to kill the animal.
The mom whose child fell into a gorilla exhibit at the Cincinnati Zoo on May 28 is finally speaking out. She stressed that ‘accidents happen,’ and she’s so thankful for everyone who helped rescue her child. Read her message now.
Michelle Gregg, the mother of the 4-year-old who fell into a gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo on May 28, is fighting back against her online critics. After people on social media blamed her for the terrible situation, the mom took to Facebook to clear the air. She said that people are being too “quick to judge” and revealed how her son is doing after the “scary” ordeal.
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