Anderson talks with a wildlife expert about his reaction to the chimp attack that left a woman critically injured.
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Wild animals belong in the wild.
Great work Dave Salmoni – from a fellow Sarnian!
To hear this woman speak of her relationship with this chimp is quite creepy. I feel more sad for the woman who was mauled then for the owner of Travis.
I dont understand this woman,and at least the policeofficers.they know that this animal was dangeros,and they let him life there.this is not a movie, where animals and human life together in one house.
I loved Tarzan movies when I was a kid. Cheetah was the humorous and loyal friend of The Tarzan family. Movies, TV shows and commercials use their comical and human-like behavior to make them look more like humans than they really are. This woman had him his whole life! She thought he would always 'relate' to her like her kid.
What was this women thinking? Its a wild animal that belonged in a zoo not in her home and perhaps would still be alive today if he had been in a zoo he would be alive and her friend unharmed. I think the friend should sue her.