Who said that monkeys are nothing like humans? Admittedly, there are some differences here and there; but still, apart from the obvious physical likeness (two arms, two feet, one head), monkeys show some striking similarity in behavior as well. They resemble us in quite a few unexpected ways, and here’s some of them. Has ever the Beethoven’s fifth sounded this majestic? This fella is more than ready for a concert, he’s pumped!
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Yeah, we’re not the only species who can get annoyed by their computers. This little guy, the vexation steaming from his ears, sees something he doesn’t like aaaand…
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…trashes the laptop down the table! He’s got a really short fuse, doesn’t he?
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Admit it, you secretly want to glide down the slide like this, even though you believe to be a tad too old for it. But Jimmy here doesn’t mind, and he’s older than most; in monkey years, of course.
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What? What are you looking at? Don’t you see I’m enjoying my ride?
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Cats lick themselves, dogs pant, pigs bathe in mud, and humans dip handkerchiefs in water and wipe their chins. What do monkeys do too cool themselves, I wonder?
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Both of us, monkey and humans alike, need a hug every once in a while.
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Heads up, chest to the ground! This is how you do push-ups. And notice the breathing as well.
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However devoted to your cat, sometimes you won’t be at home when she desperately needs some grooming. Might as well hire an assistant then.
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He’s feeling the music all right, and in a way that most people don’t. Remember Patrick here and his insane moves; he’ll be a star one day.
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Another one with the sick moves, but this time in karate form. There’s no messing around with this guy.
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No need to be embarrassed, we all do this when we bath. Or at least have done it. Once. Long ago.
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