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Saving Gorillas (From Cincinnati to the Congo)

  • Aired: 07/10/2017
  • 04:49
  • Rating: NR
Gorillas have 98% of the same DNA as humans; they're one of our closest creature cousins. Yet, their species' population numbers continue to drop. The effort to save them has a worldwide network, but it always starts locally. Ron Evans, Chief Curator of Primates and Operant Conditioning at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, shares how they play a key role, both in the wild and at zoos.
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The worldwide effort to save gorillas takes many forms, many of them start locally.
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