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ATLANTA (AP) — A 50-year-old gorilla who became a beloved figure at Zoo Atlanta after spending several decades in a Washington state department store has died, zoo officials said Tuesday.
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Ivan the gorilla, arguably Tacoma’s most famous resident and a much-beloved ambassador for the animal rights movement, died Monday at Atlanta’s zoo.
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Ivan, the geriatric gorilla, who lived half his life in a Tacoma, Wash. shopping mall before moving to Zoo Atlanta, passed away Monday night during a diagnostic exam.
Poor old Ivan, pushing 50, takes a long time to climb into bed at night, and a longer time to get started in the morning.(Right before his death)
Ivan has died at Zoo Atlanta.
It's a story of brotherly love. Alf and Kesho, two lowland Gorilla brothers, were recently reunited at a safari park in England after being separated for three years, according to The Telegraph.
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