Philadelphia, PA - The Philadelphia Zoo’s new Gorilla Treehouse is a spectacular aerial encounter for the Zoo’s majestic primates to have fun in! With a massive 20’ high climbing structure, The Gorilla Treehouse features high flying fun for the Zoo’s incredible gorillas. The new environment will offer increased physical activity as well as daily exercise space.
The Philadelphia Zoo Gorilla Exhibit
Zoo Visitors will adorable watching the little ones Amani and Ajabu, as well as moms Honi and Kira climb, swing, stroll and relax in their new surroundings.
“We are thrilled to open the new Gorilla Treehouse,” says Michael Stern, Curator of Primates. “Our gorillas have new enriching experiences, more opportunities for exercise and the chance for a different view of the world, while zoo guests can see these rare and endangered apes utilizing their outside space like never before.”, says Stern.
Philadelphia Zoo is residence to seven western lowland gorillas; the family group consists of Motuba, Honi, Kira, Amani and Ajabu along with bachelors Louis and Kuchimba. For more information, check out www.PhiladelphiaZoo.org.