My favorite gorilla story happened while my wife and I were at the Philadelphia Zoo. There they have a very spacious outdoor enclosure as well as an indoor one where they can climb and put sticks in their butts (that's my second favorite gorilla story) and whatnot. We walk into the indoor portion because that offers you the ability to get as close to them as their indestructible glass will allow and they really aren't paying us any attention. We stand there for a few minutes to see if they'll do anything interesting when an Amish family approaches from behind us. All of a sudden this one gorilla rushes over to the glass and sits down right in front of them like it's the craziest thing he's ever seen before. This dude is seriously giving them the once over like they were on exhibit and instantly I didn't feel bad about the time I was trying to take pictures of one of their horse drawn buggies parked outside of Wal-Mart because it seems all creatures are equally fascinated by the Amish.
Make your own monkey memories when this new version of Wing Kong from Super7 debuts today (Wednesday, February 7th). He's going to be unleashed on a very expecting public at 3pm eastern time at www.super7store.com. Quantities are limited so act with a sense of urgency, folks.