In the Zoo in Atlanta, there was a party for a gorilla named Anaka, who turned 6 this month. She was joined by Zoo workers. It was a big deal, so many people took pictures of the ape and put them on Facebook. They went viral for the most surprising reason, but this big girl is still going strong. As many people as possible cheered her on, but a few saw something exciting.

There is a unique patch of pigment on Anaka’s hand that everyone notices. This is understandable since gorillas have two thumbs. Because they are all primates, they each have unique fingerprints and toeprints that can sometimes be found and used to find them. People usually see animals with claws, but primates have fingernails and toe nails instead. They all have distinct fingerprints and toeprints that can be identified since they are primates. In contrast to most other mammals, primates have fingernails and toenails instead of claws, which is uncommon. To open, scrape, clean, and scratch things are some of their many functions.

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Her skin, according to the zoo, as well as her personality are distinctive. “She barks at her mother and other people to gain a good place for food and juice,” they wrote on their website. Frequently, she rides on top of her brother or sister. ”

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Some people thought Anaka had vitiligo, a long-term skin condition that causes patches of the skin to lose colour. As for the zoo, Morena Lale said they didn’t say that the birthmark was natural when she wrote to them. “Well, her skin pigment has always been like that. It hasn’t changed over the years, so we think that it’s just a cool birthmark.”

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This is what people said about Anaka’s unique trait.



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