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from Pat McGrath Mom and Baby Gorilla

I've been to zoos alot and NEVER saw gorillas look like that! And the people behind the glass who can't even see the gorillas's faces - priceless! Thats a great picture and congratulations on winning! Previous Response:
on November 08, 2009
 Thank you, Pat! It's all about patience. Waiting for the moment it clicks. Previous Response:
on March 12, 2012
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