Cincinnati Zoo Gorilla Enclosure Did Not Meet USDA Standards

Harambe was killed on May 28 after a toddler fell into the gorilla enclosure.
0:29 | 11/18/16

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Federal inspectors and career around a gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati zoo was ineffective when a child fell into that enclosure last met. A three year old fell into the gorilla exhibit on May 28 and that led zoo keepers to fatally shoot. One of the guerrillas now the USDA says the barrier used to keep the public and guerrilla separated was not in compliance with standards for housing primate. The zoo has replaced the fence at the exhibit making it taller. And adding additional mash.

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