Justice for Harambe

Harambe was recently shot and killed after some jackass toddler fell into a gorilla enclosure at Cincinnati Zoo. The parent of the child wasn't watching their horrible kid, and the child fell in the enclosure. Harambe, confused and upset, grabbed the child to pull it to safety, only to be greeted by the screams off horrible people. The scared gorilla dragged the child away only to be shot by zoo officials.

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I honnestly think it was nobody's fault
The zoo officials didn't know first of all and they wanted to be safe and we don't know if it was keeping it safe or trying to kill it and they couldn't tranquilize it because it would take a wild to kick in and agitate it so it would most likely kill the kid if it did
The gorilla didn't deserve it at all
It's not the kids fault. Toddlers are pretty unsure of what they are doing and it was probaly really scared when it was picked up
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on June 01
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Just a question... how can we truely know what wad going on in the head of Harambe? From what ive heard about the video Harambe didnt seem menacing, but I dont see how the whole story fits together exactly right, and I dont get why the summary of this page is so agresssive at people, the toddler was a toddler and has no clue what it's doing, I mean yea the parents should have kept better track of him/her but do we know if they had other children they were looking after and that See More▼
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Parabolic
Well if I'm the person you're trying to get to leave next so you can bump your number closer to ten it won't work, and I dont know why you randomly came up to this old post anyway or why you felt the need to insult me, note that I insulted back only, but I mean really you're the kind of person that I was talking about in my post before the kind that just needs See More▼
on July 11
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Whisker_Queer
That's not as fun...
on July 11
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Parabolic
I guess your username is rather fitting @Salty_Bird you incompetent fuçk how about if you don't like me you piss off
on July 11
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Whisker_Queer
I only read half your post, so excuse me but, that gorilla is more evolved than YOU!
on July 11
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on June 01
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I just made a rant about this here. It's on my wall. But quick and different summary. IT IS EVERYONES FAULT. THE CROWD, MOTHER, CHILD, ZOO STAFF, ECT. BUT CALL ME HEARTLESS, BUT WE CAN SACRIFICE ONE HUMAN LIFE. IT'S ONE OVER 7.8 BILLION! NO HATE, JUST SOMETHING ON WHAT I THINK!
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Soulfure
I don't even care if I die. I'm just one person. My death will make no difference in the universe.
on June 01
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on June 01
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Well, to be honest- the security was unaware that he wasn't going to hurt the kid, the kid isn't terrible for falling over, and people were screaming because it was unexpected.
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on June 01
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The real thing to blame here is the American mentality about zoos and wild animals. It is not natural for a gorilla to be caged up in such a way. The people were frightened, the animal was frightened, it was no one's fault in the situation. The zoo workers did what they had to do to save the child, but this situation wouldn't even have happened if the animals were in a proper habitat.
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neefflove
The only time wild animals should be in captivity is if they cannot survive in the wild and that is not the case with most zoos.
on May 31
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neefflove
Maybe by zoo standards @Salty_Bird but in my personal opinion most zoos in the US horrible environments for wild animals. Gorillas should not be in a pit where all they can see is the freaking food court. Gorillas do not belong in a heavily populated area ruled by man if they were meant to be there then Gorillas would be living in the woods behind my house like See More▼
on May 31
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Whisker_Queer
It was in a proper habitat?
on May 31
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on May 31
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It wasn't the toddler's or the gorrilla's fault... It was the zoo official's and parent's fault.
But they didn't shoot them? No, because the child needs the parents and the zoo needs the officials.
So if they thought it was fair to shoot the gorrilla, it wasn't.
It actually wouldn't be fair to shoot anyone.
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on May 31
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i agree that that the gorilla didn't deserve that but it wasn't the kids fault
it's a toddler
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Taesthetic
*he's
on May 31
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on May 31
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I HEARD ABOUT THIS TODAY
okay but the kid didn't f*cking do anything wrong, it was a toddler, jfc
but i do agree the gorilla didn't deserve that! like! it made me so upset
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Soulfure
The toddler was joking to his mom that he would slip past the fence.
on June 01
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on May 31
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F***ing kid. *growls*
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on May 30
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I'm ashamed to be a person.
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on May 30
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Sure, I agree, but I highly disagree when you say 'some jack*** toddler'. He's just a toddler! He probably loved harambre and wanted to get a better look of him, but accidentally fell.
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on May 30
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But the toddler didn't know any better; how can you call him a jackass? It's not like he was 8.
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DeadPunkette
Okay, he was a TODDLER. They don't know right from wrong and teenagers and adults can be worse.
on June 03
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Soulfure
Toddlers have no common sense.
on June 01
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on May 30
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Poor Harambe ;-; I hate when people literally harm any animal in any way, Harambe did not deserve this, poor gorilla, people are horrible to do that.
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on May 29
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