Prague Zoo: Gorilla Richard is celebrating 30 years, a celebration is coming on the weekend

“I went to wish Richard thirties today. I don’t know if he’s gathering strength for Saturday’s party or if something has already happened in the pavilionbut he responded to me with only a slight nod. Anyway, Richard! ” Miroslav Bobek, the director of the Prague Zoo, congratulated him on the social network.

Under the post, a lot of happy comments appeared on the social network. “Congratulations to Richard on his birthday,” writes Vladimir. Michal also wishes all the best: “Thirty will catch up with everyone. I wish Richard good health and still in a good mood. ”

The male-backed gorilla was born exactly 30 years ago at the German Zoo in Frankfurt am Main. He spent his youth in Paignton, England. He came to Prague at the age of twelve and got along very well with the others and even became the imaginary leader of the pack. The massive figure and penetrating look inspire respect, but Richard is also an ordinary boy. He doesn’t like anything new, he prefers to leave new things to others. Richard is a good dad, he is patient and sometimes he even plays with his descendants.

Come celebrate with Richard

The Prague Zoo will also celebrate in November Kawi’s first orangutan. Prague Zoo is preparing for its celebrants, on Saturday, November 13 birthday surprise to which the public also invites. Visitors can learn something about the life of apes at the zoo and about gorillas in Africa and orangutans in Sumatra. At the same time, the zoo is organizing a competition for the best birthday portrait of Richard and Kawi.

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