Guests at the zoo are fortunate on the off chance that they get a brief look at their #1 creature accomplishing some different option from resting.
The people who visited the San Diego Zoo on this specific day saw something nobody actually truly hopes to see,
live and face to face — and only a couple feet away. Robert De La Pena and his family couldn’t stand by to re-visitation of the San Diego Zoo unexpectedly since it shut down during the pandemic.
The family anxiously made a beeline for the gorilla display, planning to get a decent glance at the excellent, solid creatures.
Similarly as Robert and his children had their spot before the glass fenced in area, they could tell something was hatching. The gorillas began going around, getting all bothered up and getting forceful.
That is the point at which one of the gorillas came strolling directly before the display window, pummeling another gorilla into the glass — crushing the inner layer and breaking it start to finish.
Robert portrayed the sudden second as frightening, energizing, and exciting. The San Diego Zoo called it “an energizing snapshot of connection, one that is normal conduct in their natural surroundings.” Staff rushed to separate the gorillas and take them out of the exhibit. In the clip below, see the encounter that ultimately, and temporarily, closed the entire gorilla exhibit.