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Cincinnati Zoo visitors were shocked on Saturday to see an unattended four-year-old boy climb through a series of barriers and fall into a gorilla enclosure.
As seen in a video captured by terrified onlookers, the inhabitant of the enclosure, a 180-kilogram 17-year-old Western Lowland gorilla named Harambe, grabbed the boy and dragged him by the ankle for several meters. Two female gorillas in the enclosure complied with calls from zoo-keepers to leave the cave, but Harambe stayed.