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Friday, 3 July 2020

HIGH-level TV fans! Amusing moment two giraffes 'watch' soap opera on a big screen at a safari park in China

  • Two giraffes in a Chinese safari park appear to be massive fans of TV drama
  • Viral footage shows the long-necked pair attentively looking at a big screen
  • Tens of thousands of web users are amused by the mammals' funny behaviour 
Two giraffes in China have appeared to be massive soap opera fans after being caught on camera seemingly attentively watching a TV show at a safari park.
Trending footage captures the adorable moment the long-necked pair remaining perfectly still while seemingly enjoying the drama series from a large screen at the outdoor zoo in Zhengzhou, Henan province of central China.
Tens of thousands of Chinese web users have been amused by the giant mammals' reaction to the TV drama.
Two giraffes in China have appeared to be massive soap opera fans after being caught on camera attentively watching a TV show at a safari park in Zhengzhou, Henan province of China
Two giraffes in China have appeared to be massive soap opera fans after being caught on camera attentively watching a TV show at a safari park in Zhengzhou, Henan province of China
The park manager has been uploading the cute videos on Chinese TikTok-like Douyin after initially noticing one of the giraffes intently watching the screen on June 29.
The staff member wrote on her post: 'What should I do? This guy now watches TV as soon as it's been let out. It doesn't move at all and really enjoys watching the show!'
One of the clips shows the animal casually wagging its tails while focusing on a film playing on the outdoor display.
The TV binger has been joined by its friend as another clip sees both giraffes staring at the screen, seemingly enjoying the drama show together.

The picture shows the giraffe remaining perfectly still while seemingly enjoying the drama series from a large screen at the outdoor zoo in Zhengzhou, Henan province of central China
The picture shows the giraffe remaining perfectly still while seemingly enjoying the drama series from a large screen at the outdoor zoo in Zhengzhou, Henan province of central China
The park manager has been uploading the cute videos on Chinese TikTok-like Douyin after initially noticing one of the giraffes intently watching the screen on June 29. The picture released by the Enjoy Animal Kingdom shows the giraffes being fed at the safari park
The park manager has been uploading the cute videos on Chinese TikTok-like Douyin after initially noticing one of the giraffes intently watching the screen on June 29. The picture released by the Enjoy Animal Kingdom shows the giraffes being fed at the safari park
The giant mammals' funny behaviour has entertained tens of thousands of web users on Chinese social media. 
One wrote: 'This is so cute! Get these two a couch so they can watch it comfortably.'
Another one replied: 'Hahaha, the most important thing is that the TV is at the perfect height for them!'
A third commenter said: 'Tell them not to stand too close to the screen, otherwise they are gonna need some glasses.'
The footage was filmed at the Enjoy Animal Kingdom in the city of Zhengzhou, a new safari park that is due to open on July 15, according to the site in Henan province of central China
The footage was filmed at the Enjoy Animal Kingdom in the city of Zhengzhou, a new safari park that is due to open on July 15, according to the site in Henan province of central China
The footage was filmed at the Enjoy Animal Kingdom in the city of Zhengzhou, a new safari park that is due to open on July 15, according to the site.
It comes after another trending clip has emerged in China of a cat in China appearing to look 'permanently sad' due to its unique markings.
The moggie with two black spots above its eyes like having a pair of furrowed eyebrows has become an internet sensation after being spotted in Shanghai.

A devastated looking cat becomes an internet sensation
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