Gorilla selfie made attention through the internet, they give pose like human they pout, tilt their heads, and turn one hip to the camera for a slimmer silhouette, their brown hair catching the light as they pose for a selfie.
The “gorilla selfie” went viral after it was shared by Mathieu Shamavu, the ranger who captured it. Shamavu said the selfie moment was unexpected it was unprepared while he was checking his phone.
Shamavu said he was checking his phone when he noticed Ndakazi and Ndeze mimicking his movements behind them, so he took a picture with them.
They are Ndakazi and Ndeze, two orphaned gorillas in Virunga national park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. And they forgot to suck their bellies in. The “gorilla selfie” went viral after it was shared by Mathieu Shamavu, the ranger who captured it.
Shamavu said he was checking his phone when he noticed Ndakazi and Ndeze mimicking his movements behind them, so he took a picture with them. This Image circulating through social media.
He having great bonding with Gorilla’s:
The manager explained their bonding, they behave like family members, they mimic whatever we try to do. Their actions like human beings, we belong to one family ” Somu said.
He said” caretakers at the orphanage try to give the animals full freedom as much possible to their natural environment, they never cross the limits those like my brothers and sisters.
He added that they need constant care, so the rangers live nearby and we try to play with them and we will give a great company.
“Gorilla’s grown up with their company, they feel we are like parents that much of bonding maintaining with each other. Whenever we get free time both of us imitating because of that relation
they are acting like humans.