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More construction mesh, please …

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Photographer: Ron Cohn

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Koko actually likes to play with construction mesh; it”s one of her favorite enrichment items. Good thing, because there might be a lot of it around should we succeed in being able to expand her and Ndume”s indoor/outdoor socialization facilities – thus giving the gorilla couple more private time and a better opportunity for procreation.

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