Jeff Corwin, an animal and nature conservationist, who’s the host and executive producer of television applications “The Jeff Corwin experience” and “Corwin’s Quest,” has spoken out after a gorilla was shot and killed at the Cincinnati Zoo after gorilla death
A 4–year–vintage boy fell into the gorilla’s enclosure. Zoo officers stated the gorilla, a 17-12 months–antique named Harambe, became dragging the boy around. They opted to shoot and kill the remarkable ape.
Corwin spoke with FOX25 in Boston, specifically focusing his questions about how the boy were given into the enclosure in the first area.
“Take a break from the cell phone, the selfie stick and the texting Gorilla Death Connect with your children. Be responsible for your children. I don’t think this happened in seconds or minutes. I think this took time for this kid, this little boy to find himself in that situation. Ultimately it’s the gorilla that’s paid this price.
“My son is safe and was able to walk away with a concussion and a few scrapes…no broken bones or internal injuries,” Gorilla Death
“As a society we are quick to judge how a parent could take their eyes off of their child and if anyone knows me I keep a tight watch on my kids,” she noted. “Accidents happen but I am thankful that the right people were in the right place today