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Hanabiko "Koko" (July 4, 1971 – June 19, 2018) was a female western lowland gorilla known for having learned a large number of hand signs from a modified version of ...\r\nThe Gorilla Foundation / Koko.org 1733 Woodside Rd., Suite 330 Redwood City, CA, 94061 1-800-ME-GO-APE (634-6273)\r\nWoodside, CA Koko — the gorilla known for her extraordinary mastery of sign language, and as the primary ambassador for her endangered species — passed ...\r\nAmazon.com: Koko: A Talking Gorilla (The Criterion Collection): Koko (III), Penny Patterson, Saul Kitchener, Carl Pribram, Roger Fouts, Barbet Schroeder: Movies & TV\r\nKoko, the western lowland gorilla who died at the age of 46, changed the way we think about animals — and that's one of her biggest legacies\r\nAnimals. Koko (gorilla) (1971–2018), a gorilla trained to communicate in American Sign Language; Koko (dog) (2005–2012), the Australian kelpie in the 2011 film ...\r\nKoko the gorilla, whose remarkable sign-language ability and motherly attachment to pet cats helped change the world's views about the intelligence of ...\r\nIn 1971, graduate student Penny Patterson began teaching sign language to a gorilla named Koko. What started out as a scientific experiment evolved into an intimate ...\r\nThe beloved gorilla Koko, famous for being fluent in sign language, passed away in her sleep Tuesday. The western lowland gorilla was 46.\r\nKoko is said to have been able to communicate thoughts and feelings using more than 1,000 hand signs.\r\n