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June 6, 2006

Wanna Name a Baby Gorilla?

I was surprised to learn that there are only about .

GorillaRwandaThey are magnificent animals and men must play a role in their survival. Fortunately, there are wild life conservationists that are working on saving the rare mountain gorilla from extinction.

In fact, on June 17, in Rwanda, where about a third of the gorilla population lives, will be held the second .

You can attend this ceremony and have a chance to name one of 12 baby gorillas.

I think it’s worth the trip. Any volunteers?

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Posted by William Lozito at June 6, 2006 10:58 AM
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