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Gorilla Encounter

Gorilla Encounter

(4:01) Conservationist Damian Aspinall searches the forests of Gabon for Kwibi, a lowland gorilla he raised in his Howletts Wild Animal Park in England. He had not seen Kwibi since his release into the wild five years earlier.

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Guest: Ray (3056 days ago)
what a beautiful reunion
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what a beautiful reunion
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Guest: Dave (3051 days ago)
Latest comment: If it was ever in doubt that we are at one with these creatures then here it is. In our quest to out do everything and everybody we have ravaged this planet and here we have an animal of such greatness that he has not forgotten and until the day he dies, never will.
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Latest comment: If it was ever in doubt that we are at one with these creatures then here it is. In our quest to out do everything and everybody we have ravaged this planet and here we have an animal of such greatness that he has not forgotten and until the day he dies, never will.
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Guest: jakemercman (3055 days ago)
Holy Siht. Now that was amazing.
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Holy Siht. Now that was amazing.
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Guest: (3055 days ago)
That family have to be commended for their incredible devotion of doing this sort of thing. I have tears rolling down my cheeks. kat
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That family have to be commended for their incredible devotion of doing this sort of thing. I have tears rolling down my cheeks. kat
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Guest: (3055 days ago)
It's such a shame that there are so many people and so few gorilla's on this planet.
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It's such a shame that there are so many people and so few gorilla's on this planet.
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ChuckdeMonkey ChuckdeMonkey (3055 days ago)
Hey Gorilla-bro ! Didn't I told you not to talk to them again ?!
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Hey Gorilla-bro ! Didn't I told you not to talk to them again ?!
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Guest: (3054 days ago)
Just awesome. It's great to see a vid on here that doesn't look down on or take the piss of another species. Excellent film.
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Just awesome. It's great to see a vid on here that doesn't look down on or take the piss of another species. Excellent film.
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