Two giant gorillas were not going to let a camera opportunity to skip them when an anti-poaching ranger pulled out his phone for a selfie on Thursday, April 18.
The two primates named Ndakasi and Matabishi live in Virunga National Park, a conservation area in the Democratic Republic of Congo which is protected by 600 rangers.
On this particular day, one officer Patrick Sadiki was on his daily routine job when he snapped a sweet selfie capturing the incredible human side of the gigantic apes.
One stepped about a metre away from Sadiki and stroke a womanly pose while the other crouched right behind for a memorable selfie moment.
The national park was created in 1925 and is among the first protected areas in Africa.
Inside this magnificent eye-catching watershed, are the mountain gorillas which are listed as endangered.
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