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So this is really interesting and heartbreaking.
This is Koko. She was a gorilla who astoundingly enough understood and could use  American sign language. She used sign language to ask her trainer for a cat.  She was fond of cats, and her first kitten was a tailless grey cat who she named All Ball. She was a gentle mother and treated All Ball like her own baby.
Unfortunately, All Ball escaped the gorilla cage and was hit by a car.
Koko’s trainer told her what had happened. When asked if she wanted to talk about her cat, Koko signed “Cry.” When asked what happened to her kitty Koko signed “Sleep cat.”
When shown a picture of a kitten that looked like All Ball, Koko signed “Cry, sad, frown.”
When Koko was left alone, people could hear whimpers from her cage.

mikeyeffinway:

So this is really interesting and heartbreaking.

This is Koko. She was a gorilla who astoundingly enough understood and could use  American sign language. She used sign language to ask her trainer for a cat.  She was fond of cats, and her first kitten was a tailless grey cat who she named All Ball. She was a gentle mother and treated All Ball like her own baby.

Unfortunately, All Ball escaped the gorilla cage and was hit by a car.

Koko’s trainer told her what had happened. When asked if she wanted to talk about her cat, Koko signed “Cry.” When asked what happened to her kitty Koko signed “Sleep cat.”

When shown a picture of a kitten that looked like All Ball, Koko signed “Cry, sad, frown.”

When Koko was left alone, people could hear whimpers from her cage.

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Decorative page (detail) from a manuscript copy of al-Ghazali’s The Alchemy of Happiness. The manuscript copy was created in the late 14th century by a calligrapher from Shirvan for the treasury of Husheng, the shah of Shirvan at the time.
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Decorative page (detail) from a manuscript copy of al-Ghazali’s The Alchemy of Happiness. The manuscript copy was created in the late 14th century by a calligrapher from Shirvan for the treasury of Husheng, the shah of Shirvan at the time.

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“On the 8th of march I captured the moon with a strong earthshine on a starfield background.”

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