Young Gorilla Performs Flashdance Routine When No One Is Around


Many people have not considered having a wild animal as a pet though some have already started adopting one. Many have still instilled in their minds that these creatures are scary and some could possibly harm you and your whole family. Considering the place they used to live in, adjusting to new places would be a huge task to do. Just like people, they have a hard time dealing with the new environment and socializing people. Socializing with creatures you barely knew would be a difficult task to do. They are intuitive and would never let go and trust easily. But there are some who seems to fall to exceptions.

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Animals do act like people sometimes. We sing, they sing too. We take super care of our children, they could die for their offspring too. They talk with each other like we do, except for the type of language they are using in which we cannot definitely understand. In any form or another, we are much alike. And they are absolutely amazing in every way. Same goes to wild animals, they also have fun like we do. This video shared below shall be one huge evidence that they can also dance when nobody is watching. Sounds fun right? What else do we have that they do have? Freedom.

Dancing gorilla
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Freedom to do things is what we value most in this world. We speak out whatever is in our minds. We do what we think the most is the best thing to do. We sing, we dance and do stuffs that bleed out our own interest. In this way, we feel comfortable and confident with ourselves. We sing to the top of our lungs and care nothing for anybody. We dance to the beat until the last one like there is nothing like tomorrow. And what if I tell you that this also exists in the wild? They do things freely just like this gorilla below. You would see him alone in the video in the middle of a big basin or small pool with some water.  It is not full though, just filling in about 1/6th of the volume of the pool. He seemed to be very energetic as well. The young gorilla is named Zola and he is at Dallas Zoo. He started splashing the water, slapping his hand happily while playing inside the indoor padding pool. He sure is enjoying every bit of it.

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Zola does not just clap hands but he also tried spinning around afterwards. He was splashing water all over, but no one could replace that beautiful curve of smile on his face. He sure is enjoying splashing the water all over the places. They sure have a lot of job to do out here. He sure is one funny king kong. And if you already saw the movie Rampage, this sure could go well along with George. The video shows us that these types of animals are not that bad to be a pet too. They could be the cuddliest and the cutest no matter how big they are.


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  1. This animal is not at all appropriate for a pet. They are wild and powerful and have a host of behaviours that only an expert in their breed would know. Gorillas are stronger than humans and you could easily offend them not knowing what they like or do not like. You could get hurt or killed just for looking at them in the eyes. Don't be a fool. Do not adopt stolen wild animals as pets. Save a dog or cat from the shelter.

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