Hot Pink Gorilla

Help us celebrate Science. Adventure. Fun! by sending our friendly Hot Pink Gorilla (affectionately known as the HPG) around the world!

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“Right down town and left on main.
A Hot Pink Gorilla was going insane.
He hooted and he hollered and he yelled so loud.
All the scared campers began to shout.”

Legend has it that high in the Rocky Mountains there lives a creature with fur of a very unusual color. Some say it walks on two legs like a human, others claim it’s as tall as the trees. Still others say they have seen the creature hunkering deep into the brush to find food or hide from sight.
Keystone Science School has been the location of many sightings over the years, but campers from across the country have caught sightings of the creature. In sun or snow, spring or fall, it might be glimpsed through the trees, behind a building, or outside a window. But the momentary flash of hot pink fur never fails to cause excitement and inspire campers, teachers, and students to look for clues into the nature and habits of the amazing Hot Pink Gorilla.

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