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The Philadelphia Zoo is has had a new born gorilla and according to the reports by CNN, the public was welcomed to give suggestions for the name to be given to the baby gorilla. From the reactions of people, it is apparent that the little gorilla is adorable. After the unfortunate incident at the Cincinnati Zoo, which led to the death of Harambe, the little gorilla seems to be withdrawn, causing people to react negatively through the social media. This led to the closure of the zoo’s social media.

Amy Shear, the Zoo’s chief marketing officer counteracted the claims by CNN about the public being welcome to give name suggestions, as the zoo is focused on more importantly the health of the gorilla family and not the naming. Despite Shear’s claims, it is apparent that people continued to express their interest in naming the baby gorilla by giving their suggestions online as well as through telephone calls. However, the naming process will take weeks before beginning (Willingham, CNN).

Summary

The Philadelphia Zoo is has had a new born gorilla and according to the reports by CNN, the public was welcomed to give suggestions for the name to be given to the baby gorilla. From the reactions of people, it is apparent that the little gorilla is adorable. After the unfortunate incident at the Cincinnati Zoo, which led to the death of Harambe, the little gorilla seems to be withdrawn, causing people to react negatively through the social media. This led to the closure of the zoo’s social media.

Amy Shear, the Zoo’s chief marketing officer counteracted the claims by CNN about the public being welcome to give name suggestions, as the zoo is focused on more importantly the health of the gorilla family and not the naming. Despite Shear’s claims, it is apparent that people continued to express their interest in naming the baby gorilla by giving their suggestions online as well as through telephone calls. However, the naming process will take weeks before beginning (Willingham, CNN).