Koko PSA - COP26 Voice of Nature 2022
The Gorilla Foundation • 3m 41s
Koko delivers a Public Service Announcement (PSA) on the subject of Climate Change. After being shown pictures in National Geographic of the effect climate change is having on other species and Nature, Koko expresses her sadness that humans can be so “stupid.” But she doesn’t give up hope, and asks us to hurry and “Protect the Earth.”
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