Harambe the gorilla was shot by the zoo’s dangerous animal response team after he grabbed hold of the boy and handled him like a rag doll. In a statement released by the family Wednesday, Gregg wrote: “We continue to praise God for His grace and mercy, and to be thankful to the Cincinnati Zoo for their actions taken to protect our child.
While many believe the beloved primate was merely protecting Isiah, 4, his parents say they are thankful that zoo officials killed the animal. We are also very appreciative for the expressions of concern and support that have been sent to us.

Witnesses say the boy repeatedly begged his mother to let him swim with the gorillas, but she told him no. While Gregg was distracted by her other children, Isiah crawled under a railing, over some rocks, through some bushes and fell into the moat, where the 450-pound gorilla stood protectively over him.

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