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Watch These Animals React To Seeing Their Reflections For The First Time

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Even animals can have a mirror fixation.

French photographer Xavier Hubert Brierre traveled to Gabon, Africa, and set up a mirror in several locations of the jungle to capture animals walking by. In this video, they caught their hilarious reactions on camera.

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This FIERCE gorilla was NOT having any of it.

Watch These Animals React To Seeing Their Reflections For The First Time

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While this fella was a bit vain and wanted to lick its reflection very intensely.

Watch These Animals React To Seeing Their Reflections For The First Time

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In comparison, this guy was a bit spooked.

Watch These Animals React To Seeing Their Reflections For The First Time

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LOL.

“Nope. Not today!”

Watch These Animals React To Seeing Their Reflections For The First Time

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The photographer had to clean up the mirror after all that action…

Watch These Animals React To Seeing Their Reflections For The First Time

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The mirror is super clean, but this elephant gives zero fucks.

Watch These Animals React To Seeing Their Reflections For The First Time

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UNBOTHERED.

However, these guys seem to be the most interested, and were actually very in sync with each other.

Watch These Animals React To Seeing Their Reflections For The First Time

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A+ for choreography!

And this leopard was clearly ready for a close-up!

Watch These Animals React To Seeing Their Reflections For The First Time

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Whoa, buddy.

“Oh, hey girl!”

Watch These Animals React To Seeing Their Reflections For The First Time

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But the clear winner of “that bitch stole my look” goes to…

Watch These Animals React To Seeing Their Reflections For The First Time

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correction

The animal licking its own reflection and jumping from the top of the mirror is a leopard. An earlier version of this post misstated that it was a cheetah. BF_STATIC.timequeue.push(function () { document.getElementById(“update_article_correction_time_5875559”).innerHTML = UI.dateFormat.get_formatted_date(‘1433206083’, ‘update’); });