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    This photo was taken when a baby mallard duck wandered into the gorilla enclosure at the Bronx Zoo and was the winner of the Zoos Category in the Nature's Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards.

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    This huge gorilla named Fran and a tiny duckling became unlikely friends. Visitors to the Bronx Zoo in New York were stunned when the baby duck suddenly appeared inches from the massive primate. Fearing the 90kg western lowland gorilla might react badly to the feathered visitor, onlookers held their breath to see what would happen. But rather than attacking or teasing the duckling, the gorilla became fascinated with the bird and inspected its new friend with a nearby stick

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