Citations with the tag: APES -- Infancy
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- Raising Gorilla Babies.
Pimm, Nancy Roe // Highlights for Children; Nov2007, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p10
This article describes the efforts of Barbara Jones and Maureen Casale, keepers at the Columbus Zoo in Ohio, to end the practice of raising baby gorillas in nurseries.
- Say what?
Pimm, Nancy Roe // Faces (07491387); Nov/Dec2009, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p47
A photograph of an Orangutan holding its baby is presented along with captions from various readers.
- What's NEW At the Zoo?
Pimm, Nancy Roe // Weekly Reader - Edition 2; 9/8/2006, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p3
The article reports on the birth of a gorilla at Zoo Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia. The baby was born to Sukari, a female, and Taz, a male silverback gorilla.
- APE ADOPTION.
McCollum, Seon // National Geographic Kids; Oct2005, Issue 354, p17
Focuses on the efforts of animal experts at the Columbus Zoo in Ohio to put a baby gorilla in a program that pairs orphaned babies with new mothers. Reaction of a female gorilla after the young one was put next to her; Behavior of the baby gorilla.
McCollum, Seon // Gorillas in Danger; 2007, p8
The article offers information on the family groups of gorillas. The family groups in which gorillas live are made up of a few male and female adults. There are also several young gorillas and some babies. Adult male gorillas are called silverbacks because they have silver-colored fur on their...
- Best Buddies at the Zoo.
McCollum, Seon // Weekly Reader News - Edition 3; 4/27/2007, Vol. 76 Issue 24, p2
The article reports that two tiger cub twins and a pair of baby orangutans have become unlikely friends at the Taman Safari zoo in Indonesia. The abandoned animals are playmates and they tease and cuddle up for naps. Zookeeper Sri Suwarni says the behavior of the animals are unusual and will...
- The Gorilla & the Nurse.
McCollum, Seon // Time; 7/15/1957, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p66
The article reports on the care received by Knorke, a baby ape suffering from paratyphoid fever, from Volunteered Nurse Rosemarie Hohler. It says that Knorke navigated from French Cameroons to West Berlin Zoo to substitute the Pongo. It states that Knorke recovered his strength under Rosemarie's...
- CHIMP Rescue.
Elder, Scott // National Geographic Kids; Apr2010, Issue 399, p16
The article relates the reunion of a baby chimpanzee with her mother in Senegal due to concern of researchers Johnny Kante and Jill Pruetz. The baby was separated from her mother after two teenage boys saved her from an attack of dogs to sell her. After persuading the boys to give him the baby...
- Young Mountain Gorillas.
Elder, Scott // Gorillas in Danger; 2007, p6
The article offers information on young mountain gorillas. After a gorilla is born, the mother holds the baby close to her chest for the first few months, and as the baby gets older, the mother begins to carry the young gorilla on her back. When these gorillas are about one year old, they start...