McCollum, Seon
October 2005
National Geographic Kids;Oct2005, Issue 354, p17
Focuses on the efforts of animal experts at the Columbus Zoo in Ohio to put a baby gorilla in a program that pairs orphaned babies with new mothers. Reaction of a female gorilla after the young one was put next to her; Behavior of the baby gorilla.


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