The gorilla was born with no pigment in her fingers, so she looks like she has human fingers.
More Info & Photo Courtesy: Zoo Atlanta
We all know Darwin’s theory of evolution. We have all evolved from monkeys, and when we look at the many similarities that monkeys show, it seems to be true. However, adding to this intriguing mystery, we recently learned about a gorilla born with a pigment deficiency in her fingers! Her fingers are more like human fingers, and this news got a lot of attention. Gorilla Anaka recently celebrated her 6th birthday and decided to have a fun party for her at the Atlanta Zoo, where she lives. The staff captured some beautiful pictures of the big girl. And also, when these pictures were shared on Facebook, many people added congratulations on her birthday. However, some observers among them also noted the peculiarities of the gorilla baby.
The baby gorilla has a unique pigment in his hand. Interestingly, like all primates, they also have personal fingerprints and fingerprints that can sometimes use for identification purposes. Unlike most animals we are accustoming to seeing, primates have claws and claws rather than claws. They are used for opening and scraping, cleaning, and scraping. So, it’s similar to how people use their fingers.
However, according to the zoo, Anaka shows different behavior patterns than other gorillas.
Some people think that the other person has vitiligo, a chronic skin disease that causes the skin to lose its pigmentation. But Morena Lyle commented that she had written to the zoo and that they had not confirmed it,
“I asked this question, this is their answer: ‘Well, her skin pigmentation has always been that way, and it hasn’t changed in years, so we think it’s a cool birthmark.'”
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