What happened to Moe the chimp?
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Simply so, what happened to Travis the chimp owner?
May 25, 2010 — -- Sandra Herold, the Connecticut woman whose chimp named Travis went on a violent rampage and ripped off the face of Charla Nash, has died. Herold, who was 72, died from a ruptured aortic aneurysm, according to a statement released by her lawyer Robert Golger.
Likewise, how does a chimp attack? Most of the time they attack through cage bars. They bite off fingers. It happens more often with people they don't know very well and people who aren't familiar with chimpanzees. But chimps in the wild are not used to people—they're afraid of them.
Beside above, how is the lady that was attacked by chimp?
In February 2009, Travis and his owner Sandra Herold gained international notoriety after he suddenly attacked Herold's friend Charla Nash and grievously mauled her, blinding her while severing her nose, ears, and both hands, and severely lacerating her face.
Who was killed by chimps?
Fossey's death is often attributed to poachers, and in 1978, after three nearby gorillas had been killed, Fossey wrote in a letter to her uncle, "The poachers want me out of here very, very badly, and I have been told that I am next on their list."