We always hear how much gorillas are like us. But for the most part, we don't get to see it - especially when it comes to feelings and emotions.
Well, the keepers at a safari park in Britain have put together a set of remarkable photos of two gorillas being reunited after being separated for 3 years.
Kesho - a 13-year-old Silverback - was reunited with his 9-year-old brother Alf. And as you can see by the photos, they were pretty psyched to see each other again.
The gorillas were born at the Dublin zoo, but Kesho was moved to the London zoo to be part of a breeding program.
One of the keepers said: "The keepers from Dublin weren't entirely sure the brothers would even know each other, but the moment they met you could just see the recognition in their eyes."
Another expert in mountain gorillas said: "It is gorilla joy, being reunited with someone you used to have good times with and now you can again, so it's gorilla happiness."
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