I will miss her. This is also what the current chief nurse of Gorilla Dhoni says. It is flying from Spain to the Czech Republic. She is the daughter of the famous Moja, who for years became the first gorilla to be born in our country. Doni should expand the Prague Zoo breeding. She and her mother are incredibly similar in appearance and personality.




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“I know it’s famous. A lot of her fans come here and ask about Moja. This is how we usually get to know visitors from the Czech Republic,” says Lucia Ganderelas Chicote, gorilla ranger at Cabarcino Park in Cantabria, Spain.

He knows very well that the Moja has been perhaps the most famous and famous animal in the Czech Republic in years. According to the nurse, she has grown up a bit since she left Czechia.


The story continues.’ The gorilla collection at Prague Zoo is completed by the female Donnie, daughter of the famous Moja

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Gorilla Doni is the daughter of Muja, at first glance indistinguishable from her mother. “She looks a lot like her mom. Donnie is probably a little bit older, she got that from her dad. She loves to explore the world, and is always looking for new things to do. It’s really cool,” says Lucia.

For the past two months, the nurse has taught Donnie to walk in a transfer box, as she will be flying to the Czech Republic on a CASA plane at noon on Friday.

Lucia has been working in Cabárseno Park for the past sixteen years. He’s known the gorilla since he was born. “I will miss her very much. As nurses, we have a wonderful relationship with her. When I think about her death, I feel really sad,” the nurse believes.

Donnie moves to Prague so she can have a baby herself. Gorilla breeding is highly coordinated so that the animals are no more closely related.

“We’re really looking forward to it. By bringing Doni to us in Prague, we’ll be able to continue breeding gorillas like this. We’ll be able to have cubs, that’s the job of zoos and that’s what makes the gorilla group work,” looks forward Martin Vujacic, primate keeper at Zoo Prague, to her arrival.

Donnie must have at least one cub. “This is something decided by the gorilla breeding coordinator, at the moment we promise that Donnie will be able to have at least one offspring. As an added bonus, one of our females will be able to have offspring, so that Donnie’s cub will not grow up on his own,” adds Vujacic.

Visitors to Prague Zoo should see Doni for the first time on September 28 when the new Gorilla Pavilion opens.

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