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Cincinnati zoo gorilla exhibit reopens with higher, reinforced barrier


The Cincinnati zoo's gorilla exhibit reopened on Tuesday with a higher, reinforced barrier installed. The opening came a day after the Hamilton County prosecutor Joe Deters said he would not bring charges against the mother of a 3-year-old boy after the child fell into the gorilla exhibit.

Added on the 07/06/2016 14:16:44 - Copyright : Wochit

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