Two from Rockport wind up at Franklin Park
"I had been working at the zoo a couple of years," said Baitchman, "and I saw someone walk by the lounge and I said to my coworker, 'Jeez, I think I went to high school with that kid.'"
Baitchman and McLaughlin (pictured) recently co-authored a paper on the family arrangements among gorillas, focusing on the adult males, "Two's Company and Three's a Crowd . . . Keeping Three Silverbacks Socially Engaged at Franklin Park Zoo," which was published in the August issue of the Gorilla Gazette.