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Do Real Dolls Play with Silverbacks?

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Photographer: Ron Cohn

Source: Gary Stanley

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This is a follow-up to yesterday”s Koko Pix (“Do Real Silverbacks Play with Dolls?”). The above photo shows a better view of the gorilla puppet (aka doll) that Ndume likes to transport around the yard as if it was a gorilla baby.

Note the resemblance between the puppet”s smile and Ndume”s smile – see for example KokoPix April 1, 2004. They both tend to favor showing their lower teeth. Guess it runs in the family.

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