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Gladys the Gorilla's Grunting Surrogates

People the world over are offering up their services to the Cincinnati Zoo, just to hang out with a five-week-old baby gorilla named Gladys. Gladys moved to Cincinnati nearly three weeks ago, after her mother showed signs of struggling to adjust to parenthood. Fortunately for little Gladys, the zoo's primate team is well-versed in the ways of the gorilla. Ron...
People the world over are offering up their services to the Cincinnati Zoo, just to hang out with a five-week-old baby gorilla named Gladys. Gladys moved to Cincinnati nearly three weeks ago, after her mother showed signs of struggling to adjust to parenthood. Fortunately for little Gladys, the zoo's primate team is well-versed in the ways of the gorilla. Ron Evans is the head of the zoo's primate team. Click on "Read More" below to view video of Gladys.

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