Gorillas React To Their Reflection – Gorilla Family and Me – BBC Earth

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Find out how these wild gorillas react when they get a glimpse of themselves for the first time.
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20 Comments:

  1. So cute

  2. This guy is doing a great job.

  3. …so I guess we won’t be seeing too many gorilla “selfies”.

  4. It’s not about gorillas. It’s all about this guy.

  5. gorillas are interested.
    polar bears are the real deal the destroy it or play soccer with anything that has a hidden camera

  6. This so lovely and beautiful gorillas and gorillas is ❤.

  7. 🙈🙉🙊🎥🎥👏👏

  8. world star

  9. Nice haircut guys!

  10. Man BBC Earth Increases my appreciation for animals so much more.

  11. They know reflection from water

  12. Probably see their reflection in streams and water holes daily

  13. Straight OCD seeing that mirror facing downward rather than straight on.

  14. Someone done this wth a bigger mirror

  15. Harambe approves

  16. When your parents Skype with you for the first time!

  17. “you got games on your phone”? 1:43

  18. They need a bigger mirror

  19. Two things, the mirror is not quite big enough. It typically needs to be about as large as a average male in order for them to recognize and display acknowledgment. Secondly do this with a group that is much bigger and less familiar with you and your crew. You will start noticing differences in behavior very quickly.

  20. 1:42 when your grandparents try to look something up on your phone and accidentally go to the camera

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