Baby gorillas: Twin gorillas born in a zoo | RedCowHills
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A mother gorilla has given birth to twins in a Dutch zoo on the outskirts of Arnhem in the Netherlands. Head keeper of the great apes at the zoo, Wilco Limpers, said the event was of significance because twins are a rare occurrence among gorillas, especially for those in captivity.

The twins will spend eight to ten years with their family, and then will have to move to another zoo to prevent incest within the group. Report by Andrea Lilly.



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