Listen up — this gorilla’s about to drop some knowledge.
Yet another gorilla is becoming an internet sensation after the primate was photographed giving what appears to be a lecture to a bunch of bystanders.
Kelly, a 30-year-old male western lowland gorilla, was actually catching a treat keepers tossed when the picture was taken, a spokesperson with the Los Angeles Zoo Association told InsideEdition.com.
"Kelly is a funny boy – big and impressive," zookeeper Nancy Bunn said. "He acts stand-offish at first, then warms up to a crowd. If there is food involved, he becomes a real ham for the keeper."
The photo was published as a promotional image for a summer event at the Los Angeles Zoo, but the ape quickly garnered the nickname, "TED Talk Gorilla."
"I'm just saying, that if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Mesothelioma you may to be entitled to financial compensation." pic.twitter.com/OmmgnPJBdG— Colby Droscher (@colbydroscher) June 25, 2017
"But the real money comes when you are able to recruit your own down line Herbalife distributors." pic.twitter.com/PWNcVsD8oF— Mark Ennis (@MarkEnnis) June 23, 2017
"... I guess my point is, there was room for Jack on that door in Titanic. Rose could've moved over so he didn't have to freeze to death." pic.twitter.com/MxK3wCXcXD— Michael Tiberi (@MichaelJTiberi) June 25, 2017
Another Twitter user even referenced another gorilla that went viral last week for splashing around in a kiddie pool.
"So there's really no such thing as a viral video, but when they put you spinning in water to 'Maniac', it just works" pic.twitter.com/ZGqNi2P5TR— Shoshana Weissmann (@senatorshoshana) June 23, 2017
Zola, the 14-year-old western lowland gorilla at the Dallas Zoo, was seen in a video last week to show he is enriched and comfortable, the zoo said.