VIDEO: Gorilla reunion at UK zoo
Fri, 17 Aug 2012 11:47a.m.
Three gorilla siblings who haven’t seen each other for more than two years have been re-united at a wildlife park in England.
Kesho and his younger brothers Alf and Evindi were separated after they were born at Ireland’s Dublin Zoo.
Kesho was sent to London as part of a breeding programme, but turned out to be infertile.
Thirteen-year-old Kesho and nine-year-old Alf clearly recognised each other, hugging when they were reintroduced.
All three have now been given a new home at Longleat Safari and Adventure Park in Wiltshire, England – where Kesho keeps a close eye on his siblings.
Watch the video for the full story by ITV’s Nina Nannar
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