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these guerrillas have achieved worldwide fame for that impressive human like a sexy selfie they went viral after posing for a camera in the Democratic Republic of Congo's of favoring a national park the ranger behind that's impressive shot was walking with the guerrillas when he spotted affect to opportunity he says the primates were behaving human because they were simply being copy cats Kelly you can see they walk one or two meters on two legs but also these animals are so used to humans they like to imitate do what people do this is why people don't live with them call on the stand they are incredible the world these animals tend to imitate human behavior be cool the guerrillas have been cat full at the center since being rescued as babies in two thousand and seven the park lies omits the volcanic mountains of central Africa and is home to more than half of the total population of mountain gorillas they're in danger and face threats from by perches and on Scripps the room was forced to close last year after gunmen kidnapped tourists and killed a range of you trying to defend them it reopened in February but less than a month later that militia killed a range of that , the shame of the dial a split second seems worth it only when they stood up I took my phone because I didn't want to lose the shot because it was exceptional the guerrillas a very precious to us and if they are old as when they saw me take out my phone they dropped what they were doing I spoke to the camera more this is why the guerrillas gave us such a good picture that went around the world