Have you ever watched a thunderstorm from inside the warm, dry comfort of your own home and thought about what the wild animals outside are doing? Perhaps it isn’t a common thought, but I think about it often. How much shelter can a tree or a bush provide to all of these animals stuck in the downpour? Growing up in Georgia, you’d see herds of cows just standing together in a field barely moving and getting drenched. I’d always assumed they were just waiting for it to be over. Cattle, deer, outdoor pets, and other typical animals were the extent of my rainy imaginations, but this video brings to light a more exotic kind of animal that typical Americans wouldn’t think of. Watch as these zoo-living gorillas try and avoid the icky, cold rain. They’re expressions are so human, I’m sure all of you watching can relate!