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Ape consultant Alan Mootnick dies in Los Angeles

Alan Mootnick, an animal partner with no grave training who became a educated primatologist and went on to found Southern California’s Gibbon Conservation Center, has died. He was 60.

Mootnick died Friday during a Los Angeles sanatorium of complications following heart surgery, according to his cousin, Geri-Ann Galanti.

For 31 years, Mootnick researched and cared for dozens of gibbons concurrently during his core in Santa Clarita, that claims to residence a largest entertainment of involved apes in a Western Hemisphere. At a time of his genocide a sprawling skill north of Los Angeles was home to 44 gibbons, that are local to

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