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Harambe is of noble birth.
In a gorilla pack, the male gorilla is famously referred to as the “king.” In this way, Harambe is of noble birth. Silverback gorillas are ever more commonly referred to as “king gorillas” because of the 2008 PBS Nature/BBC Natural World documentary titled Titus: The King Gorilla. Harambe was one of ten silverback gorillas at the Cincinnati Zoo.
Harambe is responsible for his own fate.
According to animal scientist and gorilla expert Marc O. Hauser, animals, gorillas in particular, have wild minds. He answered a number of questions when asked about the intelligence of gorillas:
Do gorillas have emotions?
Hauser: “Yes, emotions prepare all organisms for action, for approaching good things and avoiding bad things.”
Do gorillas have rules by which they abide and sometimes break?
Hauser: “Yes, and the rules reflect the conditions under which the games of reproduction and survival are plated out.”
Are gorillas and humans similar in the way they think and act?
Hauser: “Obviously. Gorillas have senses like humans do including sight, smell, taste, and touch.
Harambe incorporates many admirable “heroic” qualities.
Gorillas are unpretentious, Adventurous and Gentle. Gorillas are strong, unpolished individuals with a gruff exterior that conceals their soft and chewy center. When young they avoid formal learning, and as an adult their intelligence manifests as street smarts. (animalinyou.com).