A video from a South Carolina zoo, a group of gorillas trying to avoid the rain goes viral. It was so funny, their action resembles like an innocent child making the fun of the audience.
In the video, it can be seen a group of gorillas made their aversion with rains quite apparent as they tried to avoid a downpour at a South Carolina Zoo.
The troop of gorillas at the Riverbanks Zoo and Garden in Columbia were filmed huddled together beneath an overhang to stay out of the rain. Two of the females clutch their babies in their arms to protect them from the water.
Zookeepers were taken by surprise as they saw the primates behaving just like humans as it poured down at the Riverbanks Zoo and Garden in Columbia on May 3.
A video, four adult western lowland gorillas trying to stay dry by huddling under an overhang in their enclosure whilst making some hilarious expressions.
A group of the audience sat behind the gorilla’s which was covered with glass, they had been observing their behavior and sharing happiness, as one of them makes an escape from the rain, others including two female gorillas clutching their babies follow suit, each making a human-like face to express their disgust for the rain.
Gorillas don’t like getting caught in the rain either… Our keepers spotted the family troop as they were heading inside to avoid last Friday’s downpour,’
the zoo wrote on its Facebook page on May 8.
Two baby gorillas are also seen clinging to their mothers as one of the adult’s bolts into space inside their domain in an attempt to avoid the rain.
That gorilla is quickly followed by two mothers and their babies.
But it was their facial expressions they made while trying not to get wet that has viewers laughing.
The video has garnered more than seven million views, most of the people are commenting for their expressions looklike humans, it’s only thing
attracting many people throught the worlld. Their inner feeling towards rain seems it might disturbed their time, one by one tries to hide themselves.
The video was initially shared by mammal keeper, Brooke Hunsinger, who wrote in the caption: ‘Gorillas are magnificent, majestic creatures full of grace and beauty… except when it rains.’ It has since been viewed over 8 million times.