A photo of a ranger at Virunga National Park in the Congo posing with some gorillas has been shared right across the globe.
Elon Musk has combined an ancient meme, a Twitter joke, and plenty of Auto-Tune to bring you his first hip hop track.
A London zoo gorilla managed to escape its enclosure yesterday after smashing its window, but thankfully no one, not even the gorilla, was harmed.
They say an elephant never forgets, and it appears the internet never forgets about the death of a beloved gorilla either. Trolling at its finest.
There are some animals renowned for their beauty (they know who they are), but gorillas don’t usually score that high with the female fan base. Not this good-looking chap though.
People spend a FORTUNE to get to Uganda from all over the world, just to encounter these magnificent creatures. And here we are, sitting in South Africa, able to nail this 7-day bucket list item for under R5,500. It’s too easy!
22 years ago, Damian Aspinall did what many parents would consider to be reckless and irresponsible – he introduced his 18-month-old daughter, Tansy, to a group of gorillas at Howletts Wild Animal Park in Kent. He filmed the encounter but kept the footage private, until now.
Having recently been involved in a stats-related online industry debate, 2oceansvibe has taken an interest in a current topic of discussion, to do with creative agencies, opinion leaders and their Twitter accounts. More to the point – the fact that they have allegedly been paying for fake Twitter followers to bolster their (and their clients’) online social media footprints.