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The Bush family might be busy doing damage control, but we love what a straight shooter the family matriarch is!

The Bush family might be busy doing damage control, but we love what a straight shooter the family matriarch is!

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Five months ago at the San Francisco zoo, Nneka the gorilla had a baby, Kabibe — “little lady” in Swahili. The new mother is doing fine, but it’s grandma Bawang, the gorilla family’s 33-year-old matriarch, who seems to have filled the role of mother to the new addition.  Yesterday, Kabibe was available to be seen by the public for the first time. As could be easily predicted, she and her grandma are adorable together…

Five months ago at the San Francisco zoo, Nneka the gorilla had a baby, Kabibe — “little lady” in Swahili. The new mother is doing fine, but it’s grandma Bawang, the gorilla family’s 33-year-old matriarch, who seems to have filled the role of mother to the new addition. Yesterday, Kabibe was available to be seen by the public for the first time. As could be easily predicted, she and her grandma are adorable together…

New baby gorilla immediately takes to her grandmother [8 pics & video]  Five months ago at the San Francisco zoo, Nneka the gorilla had a baby, Kabibe — “little lady” in Swahili. The new mother is doing fine, but it’s grandma Bawang, the gorilla family’s 33-year-old matriarch, who seems to have filled the role of mother to the new addition.  Yesterday, Kabibe was available to be seen by the public for the first time. As could be easily predicted, she and her grandma are adorable together…

New baby gorilla immediately takes to her grandmother [8 pics & video] Five months ago at the San Francisco zoo, Nneka the gorilla had a baby, Kabibe — “little lady” in Swahili. The new mother is doing fine, but it’s grandma Bawang, the gorilla family’s 33-year-old matriarch, who seems to have filled the role of mother to the new addition. Yesterday, Kabibe was available to be seen by the public for the first time. As could be easily predicted, she and her grandma are adorable together…

Most animals nurture their offspring only until the young are capable of fending for themselves; after that, mothers and children go their separate ways. People who study elephants maintain that the range and intensity of these creatures' emotional responses resemble those of humans more than other animals, something especially evident in the deep, loving bonds seen between a mother elephant and her calf. Typically, mother elephants and their daughters remain together in a matriarch-led herd…

Most animals nurture their offspring only until the young are capable of fending for themselves; after that, mothers and children go their separate ways. People who study elephants maintain that the range and intensity of these creatures' emotional responses resemble those of humans more than other animals, something especially evident in the deep, loving bonds seen between a mother elephant and her calf. Typically, mother elephants and their daughters remain together in a matriarch-led herd…

Family Three by Peter Stanley: "A mother elephant looks over her two offspring as they graze in Tarangire National Park. Elephants gestation period is 22 months which results in strong mother/child bonds. Family units are led by a matriarch who guides the herd through seasonal migrations and hands down her knowledge to all her kin. This fascinating animal continues to struggle to survive due to the high cost of Ivory in the orient resulting in a resurgence of poaching in the region." via…

Family Three by Peter Stanley: "A mother elephant looks over her two offspring as they graze in Tarangire National Park. Elephants gestation period is 22 months which results in strong mother/child bonds. Family units are led by a matriarch who guides the herd through seasonal migrations and hands down her knowledge to all her kin. This fascinating animal continues to struggle to survive due to the high cost of Ivory in the orient resulting in a resurgence of poaching in the region." via…

Hope is matriarch of our family... Ten years ago, my sons surprised me by placing a box outside my front door, ringing the bell & hiding...To my utter surprise, peering out from the box, was the most adorable fluff baby ever!!!! She is the most loving, kind, gentle cat~ and has filled my heart with Hope & happiness since that special first meeting~

Hope is matriarch of our family... Ten years ago, my sons surprised me by placing a box outside my front door, ringing the bell & hiding...To my utter surprise, peering out from the box, was the most adorable fluff baby ever!!!! She is the most loving, kind, gentle cat~ and has filled my heart with Hope & happiness since that special first meeting~

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