Jeremy Phan, a zookeeper at the Kansas City Zoo, fed “Chi-Yu,” a white-cheeked gibbon, a mixture of grapes, apples and bananas during a training session at the zoo. Zookeepers give the gibbons treats, so if a veterinarian needs to examine the gibbon up close, food will be the reward.
Jeremy Phan, a zookeeper at the Kansas City Zoo, fed “Chi-Yu,” a white-cheeked gibbon, a mixture of grapes, apples and bananas during a training session at the zoo. Zookeepers give the gibbons treats, so if a veterinarian needs to examine the gibbon up close, food will be the reward. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Jeremy Phan, a zookeeper at the Kansas City Zoo, fed “Chi-Yu,” a white-cheeked gibbon, a mixture of grapes, apples and bananas during a training session at the zoo. Zookeepers give the gibbons treats, so if a veterinarian needs to examine the gibbon up close, food will be the reward. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Every day is a feast day at the Kansas City Zoo

November 23, 2014 07:26 PM

UPDATED November 23, 2014 10:47 PM

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