Holding Up A Mirror To Nature

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French photographer Xavier Hubert Brierre recently conducted an experiment at natural reserve locations in Gabon, Africa, observing how various wild animals react to their own reflection in a mirror.

The results: apathy, vanity, mild curiosity and outright aggression.

Much like teh hoomins.

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18 thoughts on “Holding Up A Mirror To Nature

  1. 评论员

    LOL..WHAT NEXT…WONDERING WHY THEIR FLOATING ON A ROCK IN THE MIDDLE AN UNEXPLAINED UNIVERSE..LOL…HOW DO I EMAIL THIS TO EMMA IN ACCOUNTS

    1. 评论员

      JAUST TO NOTE..DID NO PRESS PLAY, CAUSE DENNY THE PIG GORGIN’ DUNT IS MAKING ME PAY FOR ME DIGI FONE BILLS FOR INTERWEBS ACCESSSSSS

    2. Medium Sized C

      Ah , I see what you are doing.

      There are videos and images posted on sites on the internet and people, people in offices no less, use them to occupy time as they procrastinate. And you exaggerated the point with capitals.

      You are a genius of observational comedy.
      The new Seinfeld.
      Bravo sir.

        1. Jonny P

          You let your guard down and stopped shouting in caps. What is the world coming too?

          安静评论员

    1. medieval knievel

      indeed. let’s watch animals batter themselves off a mirror and call it science.

  2. Supercrazyprices

    This isn’t science.

    And this has been done hundreds of times and several decades ago.

    1. Donita Pidgeoni

      So not science although done by scientists hundreds of times and several decades ago

        1. Don Pidgeoni

          No, of course not. All the eminent scientists on here have already done all that research

    1. Janet

      I’ve seen someone start a fight with thier reflection in a night club who ” wouldn’t get outa thier way “… place was like the inside of a disco ball

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