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celticviking
Tuesday, June 21st, 2011, 04:11 PM
Who needs to be king of the jungle when you can be king of the b-boys? This breakdancing gorilla must have learned his slick moves in New York.
Nine-year-old Zola, one of eight Western lowland gorillas currently living at the Calgary Zoo in Canada, has become the latest Internet video star, thanks to a YouTube clip that shows him stomping and spinning, as if he were breakdancing.

It's a welcome change for Canada from the Internet video clips of mass rioting in Vancouver after the local team was beaten in the Stanley Cup hockey final.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2005996/Calgary-Zoos-break-dancing-gorilla-Zola-latest-Internet-star--hes-originally-Bronx.html


That is not a happy breakdancing gorilla, it's an animal gone stir crazy from being kept in a cage. How very cruel.
- Primrose, Yorkshire, 21/6/2011 12:57



Am I the only one who was profoundly saddened watching that poor animal go insane in captivity? Dancing? Really?


Watch out Britain - Calgary's got Talent! Fun to watch but so sad about whats happening to these beautifull creatures - its a real shame they can't live peacefully in their own habitate without humans hunting them for food etc., its great that there are sancturies trying to provide a home for them, but we all know its not ideal.

Thusnelda
Tuesday, June 21st, 2011, 08:16 PM
Which proves that "Rap" or "HipHop" is something for monkeys and blacks...who often share behavioral and physiognomical similarities. :P

Germaid
Tuesday, June 21st, 2011, 10:26 PM
Which proves that "Rap" or "HipHop" is something for monkeys and blacks...who often share behavioral and physiognomical similarities. :P

It's in their blood, they can't help it :african: