Gorillas’ annual Easter eggs hunt is a hoot to watch

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The gorillas at the Cincinnati Zoo know how to get into the Easter spirit.

Each year the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden puts on an annual Easter egg hunt to the delight of the gorillas named Gladys, M’Linzi and Samantha, and spectators alike.

“We give them enrichment every single day, [but] this is a little bit more extravagant than what we do on a daily basis, so they are getting more treats and that sort of thing today,” a zookeeper, who added that the gorillas also hunt for beads and crackers, said. “They really like hard-boiled eggs so they’re running around trying to gather as much as they can.”

It looks like they go bananas for it.

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