|Ask the Cincinnati Zoo to let their Gorillas go to a Sanctuary|
Like other gorillas, Harambe was considered an endangered animal. He had been bred and raised in captivity, but animals raised in these breeding programs are not released in the wild.
A wild animal that can pose a threat to the public should not be held captive in a zoo. Zoos are made for viewing pleasure and if a curious visitor is determined to get past security measures, they can. This isn't just a risk to the human, but the endangered animal as well.
For today's Daily Action, sign this petition and urge the Cincinnati Zoo to let their gorillas go to a sanctuary.
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