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    Mawimbi, a western lowland gorilla cub lies in the arm of its mother Mamitu in the Zoo of Zurich, Switzerland. (ALESSANDRO DELLA BELLA/AP)

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    Mawimbi, a western lowland gorilla cub lies in the arm of its mother Mamitu in the Zoo of Zurich, Switzerland, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012. #gorilla #baby #animal

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