Cincinnati Zoo finds slain Harambe’s tomb empty, zookeepers astounded
They’re calling it the Miracle of Ohio.
Harambe’s tomb has been investigated today as animal right’s activists have found Harambe’s tomb totally empty, and the rock sealing his cave grave unmoved prior to the shocking investigation.
“The rock wasn’t even moved,” said head zoo keeper Roger Wilber, 38, of Cleveland.
And people are going ape over the news.
Major news stations have also found interesting marks on the side of the wall. Harambe, an accomplished sign language speaker in his short life, could have left clues.
The glyph experts interpreted this as “I will be back my children.”