Kesho and younger brother Alf exchanged handshakes, hugging and laughing, even when re-acquainted with each other in a safari park in Wiltshire. It’s a touching moment when three years later reunited brothers gorillas, have lost each other for a long time. The brothers were born and raised in captivity, but they split in 2010 when his elder brother was sent to London Zoo for breeding program.
But attempts to conceive a baby were unsuccessful, as it turned out that the 13-year-old Kesho fruitless.
Now he was sent to the new , valued at three million pounds, the sanctuary for gorillas in the safari park Longbit, Wiltshire, where he settled as 9-year-old Alfa.
Alf immediately recognized his older brother, although he looked quite different when the two were reunited at Longleat.