- A video of a chimpanzee has generated reactions on social media as it executed perfect press-ups to the delight of many
- After it was done mimicking the people watching it in its cage, it also mocked them to show that it performed better
- Many people who reacted to its video said its a pity that such an animal is caged and used for entertainment
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The video of a chimpanzee mimicking what a man who came to visit it at the zoo did has stirred massive reactions on social media.
In a short clip, one of the guests did press-ups at the front of the animal's cage, and it did the same thing even better.
Zoo visitors enjoyed the show
After that, the animal mocked the people around by pointing two fingers at its eyes to show that he has performed the exercise outstandingly. The zoo visitors were very entertained.
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Many people who reacted to the video were amazed that the animal could put up such a show like that.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 50,000 views with more than 100 comments.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"So amazing, and so like us."
"Some day we'll find out that they can talk whole the time, but they just didn't want us to know that."
"People should be treated like Gorillas, not the other way considering we are the real animals."
"Always saddens me when I see people pointing and laughing at animals in zoos. How horrible to be confined like that for the amusement of others."
A singing bird
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a parrot became a world celebrity after it rendered a smooth cover of Beyonce’s If I Were A Boy.
Called Chico, the nine-year-old amazon parrot is known to always sing at the Lincolnshire Wildlife Park in Boston, England.
A clip of the bird giving a marvelous rendition of Beyonce’s song went viral since it was uploaded on social media.
It was gathered that the bird maintained very good notes singing the opening lines to the 2008 hit as visitors to the park were amazed.