- A man, Kody Antle, has organised an interesting photo shoot for a baby monkey and Twitter users had a lot to say
- Many social media users rushed to his comment section, wondering why animals should be treated in a manner befitting of humans
- While some appreciated the beauty behind the idea, others wondered about the calmness of the animal
A professional animal trainer, Kody Antle, has gotten many people talking again as he struck an unusual pose with monkeys.
In the first snaps, a baby monkey was seen on its back as it was surrounded by flowers. In the second photo, Kody stood with older-looking animals that some believed are the newborn's parents.
He captioned the photos with:
"Welcome to the world, little one!"
The post's comment section was filled with hilarious opinions as some wondered why anyone would go to such an extent to celebrate the birth of an animal.
See the post below:
As of the time of writing this report, the post had gathered over 28,000 likes with several comments.
Briefly News compiled some of them below:
"People are actually running mad and we are overlooking it... strange."
"Imagine this coming from a law student? Then suppose use your school fees to invest in Ponzi scheme."
"Look at these monkeys pose like that of slay queen. I don't blame them, I heard they have 99% of our DNA."
"Lmaoo this monkey lowkey looks like an old man."
"I still wonder why this guy's comment sections are filled with Nigerians... like how?"
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that days ago, Kody stirred reactions on social media after posting the before and after photos of himself and his tigers.
In one of the photos, the man could be seen with the tigers when they were still cubs. Another photo showed him with the fully grown wild animals.
Using the popular 'How it started vs How it is going' format, tweeps instantly fell in love with the photos and flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
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Source: Briefly News