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The steel-enforced gorilla habitat is designed to keep the most rambunctious apes from breaking free

By Kathleen Burge
Globe Staff / February 4, 2007

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For more than three years, the most famous gorilla in Boston has kept a low profile, spending his days away from the public eye, painting, watching "Nova" documentaries, and learning to help his trainers care for him. (Full article: 951 words)

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