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A fascinating clip from the second season of the BBC One series Spy in the Wild (previously) narrated by David Tennant, a robotic “spy” baby gorilla camps out on the ground near a band of gorillas in the Bwindi Inpenetrable National Park in Uganda to see what would happen when acceptance was sought.
The curious primates quickly came down from the trees to check out the situation. Before anyone else could get close, however, the alpha silverback male first ensured that his family was safe from the intruder. When the spy averted its gaze upon the patriarch and all was well. It’s only when the youngsters started playing that the spy gorilla encountered a bit of an upset.
originally posted by: silo13
a reply to: Sheye
You have to admit though when the little one plays too rough and then acts like 'nothing happened'?
I find that FASCINATING proof of so many attributes I didn't know animals had.