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Koko isn”t too thrilled about Daylight Savings Time

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Photographer: Ron Cohn

Source: 070209_S3_IMG_2357.jpg

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Daylight Savings Time means that gorillas Koko and Ndume essentially have to wake up an hour earlier – at least according to “sun time” – and what gorilla (or human for that matter) likes losing an hour”s sleep. Perhaps Koko will understand that it”s for a good cause – saving energy, and thus sustaining the natural world just a little bit longer.

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