During the fall, the staff at the Atlanta Zoo hide food in the leaves for their gorillas to find. The zoo’s primate keeper says it provides the gorillas with “fun and enrichment” as it encourages to move around a little bit.
Though one gorilla’s frantic search for sustenance basically embodies my mental toil when I can’t find food in my own house. The aforementioned gorilla pretty much gets buck in the leaves as he tries so hard to find what his stomach is looking for. Basically, this is what’s going down in his head:
- Where is my food?
- No, seriously. Where the hell is it? Couldn’t you people just put it in a bowl? Easy access is all I’m saying.
- WHY DO YOU DO THIS TO ME?
- Fine, I’m just going to bury myself in my grief right now.
- ARGGGH!! I JUST WANT TO EAT! IS THAT TOO MUCH TO ASK?
I feel you, bro. I feel you.
If you’re a member of The Wanted’s ‘fanmily’ you’d know by now that each week the boys post a new video on Wednesday, also known as Wanted Wednesday. These candid videos showcase their cray-cray side and most importantly, they don’t censor themselves like most cookie-cutter boy bands. That’s why we dig them! Oh and they have cute accents too. This week Max George was monkeying around (huh, get it?) when Siva told him to do his best gorilla impression. It was on POINT and they even added in some Phil Collin’s music in the background.
CollegeHumor posted this adorable video that shows how interested monkeys are in looking at themselves — just like humans.
This guys found the monkeys at the zoo were incredibly uninterested in staring at streeters all day. So perhaps they would be more interested in looking at themselves? He couldn’t be more right.
To test the theory, he attached an iPhone to the wall of the exhibit and turned on the front-facing camera option. The monkeys are probably seeing themselves for the first time and can’t stop staring. He even tests it out on gorillas and the camera gets so close you can see his pupil dilating.