Kleiner Snack für zwischendurch

Welt / 31.08.2014 • 22:47 Uhr / 1 Minuten Lesezeit
This photo provided by the San Diego Zoo Safari Park shows Joanne, a 5-month-old gorilla, sharing kale with her mother Imani in the Gorilla Forest Friday, Aug. 29, 2014. Joanne is now estimated to have around eight teeth, enough to help her chew fruits and veggies such as kale and grapes cut in half. While her primary source of nutrition is still from nursing, the growing gorilla is curious of any food items that her mother is eating and she will watch as Imani forages, mimicking those behaviors by picking up fruits and veggies on her own. (AP Photo/San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Tammy Spratt)

This photo provided by the San Diego Zoo Safari Park shows Joanne, a 5-month-old gorilla, sharing kale with her mother Imani in the Gorilla Forest Friday, Aug. 29, 2014. Joanne is now estimated to have around eight teeth, enough to help her chew fruits and veggies such as kale and grapes cut in half. While her primary source of nutrition is still from nursing, the growing gorilla is curious of any food items that her mother is eating and she will watch as Imani forages, mimicking those behaviors by picking up fruits and veggies on her own. (AP Photo/San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Tammy Spratt)

Das fünfmonatige Gorillamädchen Joanne und ihre Mutter Imani lassen sich Grünkohlpflanzen schmecken. Für Joanne eine interessante Abwechslung zur Muttermilch. Foto: AP

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