Green gorilla dating
Other researchers argue that Koko does not understand the meaning behind what she is doing and learns to complete the signs simply because the researchers reward her for doing so (indicating that her actions are the product of operant conditioning).
Another concern that has been raised about Koko's ability to express coherent thoughts through signs is that interpretation of the gorilla's conversation is left to the handler, who may see improbable concatenations of signs as meaningful.
Koko was originally loaned to Francine Patterson for her doctoral research, but has stayed with Patterson ever since, supported by The Gorilla Foundation.
Picking two she named them Miss Black and Miss Grey.
Patterson also reported later hearing Koko making a sound similar to human weeping.
Koko picked the name after seeing the tiny orange Manx for the first time.
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Koko selected a gray male Manx and named him "All Ball".