Hundreds parade through Mankato dressed as gorillas

Hundreds of people in Gorilla suits were spotted running through the streets of Mankato over the weekend. Yes, they were doing it for a good cause...
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Hundreds of people in Gorilla suits were spotted running through the streets of Mankato over the weekend. Yes, they were doing it for a good cause. KEYC-TV explains ...

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