Gorilla's Camp

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Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, stands in its enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, stands in its enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

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Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, sits in its enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, sits in its enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

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Two male gorillas are seen in the enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, also arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

Two male gorillas are seen in the enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, also arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

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Two male gorillas sit in the enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, also arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

Two male gorillas sit in the enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, also arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

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A gorilla male sits in the enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, also arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

A gorilla male sits in the enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, also arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

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Gorillas are seen in the enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, also arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

Gorillas are seen in the enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, also arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

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A gorilla male holds carrots in the enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, also arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

A gorilla male holds carrots in the enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, also arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

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Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, stands in its enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

Ya Kwanza, a silverback gorilla male, stands in its enclosure "Gorilla's Camp" at the Amneville zoo, eastern France. Ya Kwanza arrived with seven other gorillas from other western zoos, as part of a the European breeding of Endangered species Programm (EEP) to promote their breeding. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN

UPDATED ON APR 05, 2012 07:32 PM IST
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