It’s Not Just Humans Who Express Through Body Language

Actually body language is even more important for animals, since they can’t express through language.  But the photos in this story are particularly striking.   

The baby gorilla was rescued from poachers, and you can see from its body language how it starts off being terrified, but eventually becomes comfortable with its rescuers,  and then eventually forms a real bond with them. 

It’s an incredibly touching series of pictures, and a powerful reminder that we humans are not quite as special as we like to think.



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