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Cincinnati, Ohio / Gorilla Death / Hanna Interview #1099379

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 31, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The incident at the Cincinnati zoo in which a gorilla, Harambe††, had to be killed to protect a small child who got into his enclosure reviewed; scenes shown of the gorilla & boy. [Zoo director Thane MAYNARD†- defends shooting the gorilla.] [Eyewitness Kimberley O'CONNOR†- talks about the boy.] [Former gorilla caretaker Jerry STONES†- explains the gorilla's actions.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Recent discussion held with Columbus Zoo director emeritus Jack Hanna about the decision to shoot the gorilla. [HANNA - explains handling an upset animal: there was no choice in shooting the gorilla.]

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