Some people are just born comedians, and some animals are, too. Take, for example, 7-month-old Zuri, who lives in Australia’s Montaro Zoo and loves to make funny faces for the camera. Facial expressions are a sort of language for chimpanzees: "Grinning" expresses fear, kissing gestures express affection, and Zuri's face expresses all the big personality of a vaudeville star with a cane and a straw boater singing, "Hello, my ragtime gaaaaal." Chimp-based films have fallen out of fashion in recent years, but if Matt LeBlanc is up for a sequel to "Ed," have we got the simian starlet for him. [Source]
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