Harambe

The Cincinnati Zoo has completed renovations on a new fence around the Gorilla World exhibit after a beloved silverback gorilla was shot and killed when a boy fell into the moat.

The zoo erected a 42-inch tall fence around the exhibit to replace the old 3-foot fence that surrounded the exhibit for years.

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Deonne Dickerson Michelle Gregg

Animal lovers continue to vent their outrage at Cincinnati Zoo officials over the senseless murder of an endangered gorilla on Saturday.

The incident unfolded Saturday morning when a precocious 4-year-old boy crawled under a railing, over some rocks and through some bushes before dropping 10-12 feet into the Gorilla World Exhibit.

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Cincinnati Zoo

Famed zookeeper Jack Hanna backed the Cincinnati Zoo’s decision to shoot and kill beloved gorilla Harambe after a 4-year-old boy either jumped or fell into an enclosure Saturday.

“I’ll bet my life on this, that child would not be here today,” Hanna told WBNS-TV on Monday.

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A paralyzed Arkansas man awakened to see his blood-soaked pet dog feasting on one of his testicles. According to KAIT8.com, the unidentified man told police he awakened around 7:45 a.m. Monday to a “burning sensation” in his mid section.

The victim, who has no feeling from the waist down, said he noticed his “small, white, fluffy dog” had blood on its snout and front paws. According to the police report, the 39-year-old man noticed “the dog had eaten one of his testicles.” The man told police the dog was a stray he had taken in about three weeks earlier.

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Tonik the dog and wolf boy

Tonik, the dog is available for adoption — if you don’t mind owning a dog with an “eerily humanoid face.” The Indiana animal welfare agency describes Tonik as a “poodle-Shih Tzu mix.

The boy pictured on the right suffers from a condition known as hypertrichosis — or werewolf syndrome — which results in the growth of thick body hair all over his face. Tonik, the dog is pictured on the left.

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