Milwaukee County Zoo, which has had the unfortunate misfortune of hosting a mama grizzly for the past 15 years, is still in the midst of its own health crisis.
The Zoo’s director, Tom Kowalski, announced this week that he has had to make a decision on whether to keep the zoo’s famous gorilla Harambe on staff indefinitely.
Harambe was recently named “most endangered animal in the world” by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
Harambe, who was killed by a group of zoo security guards in February, was born in the zoo in 1972.
He was the third gorilla born at the Milwaukee County zoo to survive his birth, after Harambe and Haram.
Kowarski said that while the zoo has no current plans to remove Harambe from the premises, he was concerned about the risk to the public.
“He’s not just a mascot,” Kowelski said in a press release.
“I have concerns about the safety of the public and the staff.
This is the first time in our history that we’ve had a death of this nature.
The safety of Harambe is of paramount importance to me.”
Harambe has been a big part of the zoo for the last 15 years.
He has been in the park since he was about three years old, and has been the subject of several popular movies, such as The Jungle Book.
In February, Harambe’s mother, a male named Julius, was found dead in a Milwaukee County jail cell.
Police said that Julius was being held on murder charges for the killing of his wife.
He had been accused of killing his wife and dumping her body in a lake, but he was acquitted by a jury.
The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office said that a forensic examination of the body revealed the body had been stabbed.
After the autopsy, the coroner ruled that the cause of death was a stab wound to the back of the head, but it was not clear if it was a homicide or accidental.
In the video above, you can see Harambe in his natural habitat with a couple of friends.
“We’re not gonna let this happen,” Kawlauski said.
“This is not a zoo for children.
“Please, please, please do not come to the zoo.” “
If you have any questions about the Harambe situation, please contact the zoo or the sheriff’s office,” he added.
“Please, please, please do not come to the zoo.”
Harambes birth in 1972 came at a time when the zoo was struggling to keep up with its population of about 30,000 animals.
During the 1980s, Harambes mother, Tia, passed away from complications from breast cancer.
The zoo lost nearly all of its remaining gorillas.
After Kowolski decided to retire, Harambs mother, Julius, died at the age of 20 in 1994.
The Harambe death has been especially hard on the zoo, as it has lost its most famous gorilla, Harambee, who died in 2010.
The death of Harambee led to an unprecedented outpouring of support from the public, as well as celebrities.
A GoFundMe page was set up to raise money to help the zoo rebuild its gorilla enclosure.
As of Thursday morning, more than $9,000 had been raised, including donations to the Wisconsin Zoo Foundation, which was established in 2017 to help provide support for the zoo.
Harambee was born at Milwaukee County in 1972 and lived at the zoo until 2006.
The gorilla was named after a local girl, Tiki, and her cousin, Tani.
The gorillas are named after the city of Milwaukee, the zoo and the area of the park where the zoo is located.
Harambs popularity led to the creation of a website called “Tiki Taka” which encourages people to “take the time to watch” the gorilla’s video clip and give the gorilla some love.
Harambears popularity grew as people took selfies and shared them on social media.
“People really wanted to see that video and give it a good time,” said Jason Giese, an animal expert at the Animal Care and Control League of Wisconsin.
“It’s a great way to show that Harambe really enjoys the human interaction.
People really love him.”
The gorilla is not the only gorilla that has had a tough life.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced in November 2016 that it had listed Harambe as “vulnerable” due to the risk of the animals health.
Haramby, a female brown bear at the Zoo, was also declared “vulnerability” by FWS.
The species of bear was recently listed as a threatened species by the United States Department of Agriculture.
“Tobias” the male polar bear was listed as endangered by the U.N. in 2015, which means that it has not yet received the same protection that Haramby has. Harambey’s