‘RIP Harambe’: Fury at Parents of Four-Year-Old Boy Who Was Heard Asking to Play in Endangered Gorilla’s Enclosure

#1 Harambe was a 17-year-old gorilla who lived a quaint life at the Cincinnati Zoo

That is, until one day a young boy crawled through a gap in the fence of the gorilla enclosure and fell into the mote.

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#2 That’s when things got scary, as the gorilla began to drag the child around

The sheer notion of the child being in an enclosure with three gorillas is frightening enough, but seeing the monkey drag the child is even more disturbing.

#3 As you can see, the second dragging resulted in a violent whipping of the child

And, the child ultimately had to go to the hospital with serious, but not life-threatening, injuries. We presume at the least an arm was dislocated and/or broken at the least, though that is only speculation.

#4 The gorilla was ultimately shot and killed, as the boy’s life was deemed to be in danger

Harambe being shot was necessary once the boy’s life was clearly in danger, but it is sad nonetheless and the zoo is ultimately responsible for allowing unsafe conditions.

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