Lulu, a western lowland gorilla and the youngest child of Zoo Atlanta’s famous Willie B., gave birth to a healthy baby Thursday evening.
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Taz and Lulu are part of the largest collection of western lowland gorillas in the United States.
Their family unit is quite extensive. Taz has four mates and seven offspring.
Taz and Lulu are parents of Zoo Atlanta’s newest gorilla, who is still unnamed.
Taz and Kuchi are the parents of the 7-year-old twins, Kali and Kazi, and the 2-year-old Henry.
Taz and Kudzoo are the parents of Macy Baby, age 7, and Merry Leigh, just 18 months.
Taz and Sukari are the parents of Gunther, who is 6. The adolescent males Gunther and Kali have gone to live with other family units at the zoo, to better ensure domestic tranquility.