"Good evening, children. Today we are going to visit Glenn Gorilla. Mr. Gorilla lives in Africa. Ah, there he is. Hello, Mr. Gorilla. May I call you Glenn?"
"No, you may not. Only my friends call me Glenn."
"Mr. Gorilla, then. You appear to be quite large."
"Yes, I am. As a matter of fact, I am the largest primate. I am intelligent and gentle, too."
"Mr. Gorilla, I am so sorry, but I do not know what a primate is."
"A primate is a group that includes lemurs, monkeys, apes, and humans. Gorillas have long, muscular arms, wide chests, and massive heads."
"Yes, you do. And I can't help but notice your teeth."
"Yes, they are beautiful, aren't they, Keith? I hope you notice that they are large and sharp, too."
"I have noticed that, yes. Which of these huge trees do you live in, Mr. Gorilla?"Paragraphs 10 to 23:
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