VIDEO – Bébé apprend à gorille | Première année sur Terre BBC Earth


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  1. This is seriously one of the cutest things I've ever seen in my life. Usually I don't have visible reactions when I watch stuff alone, but watching this brought such a big smile to my face that I had to watch it multiple times

  2. It's not that complicated they're just showing their parents. look I can do this to. I can beat my chest and act like you just like a human kid wants to be like their parents

  3. I wonder if it has something to with the sound they make when they do it? It's the only spot on their bodies that's hairless. Someday I assume someone will have an answer.

  4. scientiste dont know why ? are they scientist or blind ? beating chest for gorilla is to intimidate opponent, to show how strong they are, if a predator come it will show him that he should not attack or he will be severly injured, because adults gorillas, or very powerfull, some of silverback, have already broke almost unbrekable glasses from zoo in videos.

  5. They beat their chest because that is where their Thymus gland is located. This is a lymphiod organ. Very important for immunity. Same place as humans. Tapping it strengthens their immunity by producing T cells. I teach humans to do this too when they learn Energy Medicine for health & wellness. The thymus is largest and most active during the neonatal and pre-adolescent periods in humans but it is very beneficial to tap this area in adulthood.

  6. Whoever captured this footage, deserves EVERY SINGLE honorable mention in the history of film AND documentary making !
    It is BRILLIANT !
    If we had more of this, we surely wouldn’t feel need to traumatize animals by keeping them in zoos !

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