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Zola the western lowland gorilla is winning hearts and the Internet this week with his uninhibited and smile-inducing dance recorded on video by a keeper at the Dallas Zoo.
Talk about dancing like no one was watching!
The 14-year-old great ape is seen standing in a pool during an enrichment exercise where he at first leans down and moves his arms around in the water. But seconds later he beings to spin, then he stands up, arches his head back and wildly swings both arms in total abandon as he splashes the water in what looks like pure joy.
It is hard to watch without grinning. Take a look.
“That Friday feeling when your dancing gorilla's moves go viral, wrote a Dallas Zoo official on Facebook. “We're so proud of you, Zola, and all the happiness you're bringing to the internet right now!”
The video, which taken Wednesday and evokes Jennifer Beals’ dance moves in the 1983 movie “Flashdance,” has racked up thousands of views from people who said a dancing gorilla is just what the doctor ordered.
“That made my day better,” wrote one person on YouTube. “I don't recall the last time I had that much fun.”
“Hilarious!” wrote another. “Fantastic!” said yet another.
“Everything in the world is bad, except this dancing gorilla who is so, so good,” declared New York Magazine.
“Zola the aggressively dancing gorilla is the most delightful thing we’ve seen in a while,” wrote the folks at Digg.
“This dancing gorilla is the best goddamn thing I’ve seen on the Internet this year,” tweeted one happy viewer.
What could be better?
Here’s what. A video producer with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram added Michael Sembello’s hit song “Maniac” from the afore-mentioned 80s movie and the result is pure perfection.
This is not the first time Zola has danced into people’s hearts. Before coming to the Dallas Zoo, the great ape lived at the Calgary Zoo where he also boogied down and became known as the breakdancing gorilla.
He was just 9-years-old when this toe-tapping video was shot.
Zola’s keepers said the popular primate loves the water and that the exercise provides him with physical and mental stimulation.
“Enrichment can take many forms, but for this spunky great ape, it means playing and spinning in his favorite blue pool while off habitat,” wrote a zoo official on YouTube.
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