No smiling at the gorilla, please

11/30/2011 | ABC News

British zookeepers are caring for Okanda, a baby male Western Lowland gorilla and they aren't smiling. But, it's not because they're unhappy; it's to save his life. Showing teeth is a sign of aggression in this endangered species, which has an estimated worldwide population of 100,000, and if Okanda should smile at another gorilla, it would likely result in his death.

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