r/AnimalsBeingDerps 11d ago Gold 1 Wholesome 1 Heartwarming 1 Heart Eyes 1

We shall name him Haroomba

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u/ghostttoast 11d ago

He’s so small

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u/garlic_bread_thief 11d ago

Honestly. I find animal babies so much cuter than human babies.

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u/Madertheinvader 11d ago

That's probably because human babies aren't done cooking when they're born relative to most other mammals. We have to be born basically premature in order to fit through the pelvic bones of the mother (which over the evolution process have shrunk due to our uprighted walkiness). Newborn babies are pretty ugly most of the time. They start getting cute (and dangerous) when they start walking and learning shit.

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u/Zestyclose_Week374 11d ago

So if it wasn't for the big heads, we'd ideally be born at 1 year old? Oddly worded but I'm too dumb to phrase it better.

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u/Un-interesting 10d ago

I read 18mths, as most mammals need to be able to competently walk/run quite soon after birth.

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u/TomTomMan93 10d ago

Yeah I remember learning this in a primatology class long ago. Most non-human primates gestate for longer than humans as a result of our increased brain size. Otherwise, there'd be a lot of death during childbirth cause neither the mom or baby is exactly capable of birthing/being birthed anything larger. It's also one of the reasons why human childbirth is so dangerous compared to other species. I always interpreted it as humans evolved to be smarter and have larger brains, but we haven't quite hit the final form of sustaining/propagating that too well physically.

I also imagine this has only increased over time since non-human primates tend to grip onto their mother when still babies. Human babies can't really do that nor do they need to since we usually carry them upright either in our arms or strollers/backpack things nowadays. So that works as kind of the tradeoff there. Smarter/bigger brains but born less independent.

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u/ry8919 10d ago

Yeah I remember learning this in a primatology class long ago.

You're remembering incorrectly. Humans have the longest gestation period of primates. The shortest is around 54 days and humans average 267, with gorillas coming in close at 255 days.

https://www.britannica.com/animal/primate-mammal/Natural-history

Compared to other mammals Humans are on the higher end with the exception of horses and similar mammals and whales.

https://beef2live.com/story-gestation-period-cows-mammals-0-109436

This whole thread is based on a false premise.

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u/Zaemz 10d ago edited 10d ago

Yup, ya, you're right. They're still right that we pop out relatively underdeveloped, but you're correct in pointing out that the premise of gestation time, specifically, is wrong. The idea is on track, though. Like /u/buttparagus said, it's relative, and I think that's what people mean, too.

Humans are dense and need a long time to bake in the oven, but you have to take it out, cover it, and let it finish "baking itself" outside of the oven before they're done all the way, otherwise they overflow their baking pan. There's more post-oven prep that goes on.

Other animals usually take less time to bake and they're done (but still need to cool) when the timer goes off. You just take 'em out of the oven, cool off, and serve.

Makes me think of cheesecake vs birthday cake.

...mmmm cake.

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u/joebewaan 10d ago

Understood. Humans are like scrambled eggs or steamed rice.

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u/buttparagus 10d ago

that is what i also initially thought. but i think directly comparing durations is not very meaningful. however, if we compare the gestation periods relative to average species lifespan, the statement that humans gestate quicker makes sense.

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u/Prince_Edward_IV 10d ago

nuh uh it's cuz that lady ate a apple

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u/GrumpyGlasses 10d ago

Yeah but I don’t like the idea that we need a 2 year gestation period like elephants.

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u/Fancykiddens 10d ago

Nine months in, nine months out.

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u/the_lusankya 11d ago

Probably about three to six months old. That's about when they start getting spunky.

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u/slapthebasegod 11d ago

I think they call it the 4th trimester don't they?

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u/angelcobra 10d ago

Hopefully before the kid has teeth.

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u/forgetfulsue 10d ago

Probably 3mo. They don’t call the NB phase the 4th trimester for nothing. Yes, I know tri means three.

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u/greatsirius 10d ago

Imagine climbing out at 18 having to immediately work and pay taxes

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u/WellAdustedCatLady 11d ago

I’ve heard those first couple of months or so referred to as the 4th trimester. After about three months they start getting cute and looking less alien like. They’re fully cooked so-to-speak and seem a lot less frail.

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u/shinneui 10d ago

I've heard that pelvic bones also get progressively smaller due to genetics. In the past, women/babies would die during childbirth if they had narrow hips, which is not a very common occurrence nowadays.

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u/TossPowerTrap 10d ago

Kurt Vonnegut would occasionally have a character speculate that humans would further evolve our over-sized heads until fetuses could no longer pop out. For our species: The End.

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u/blessedfortherest 10d ago

OR human multiple births become the norm and the mother may or may not survive the operation to remove them

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u/Monkey_with_cymbals2 10d ago

I have heard way more twins are being born, even aside from IVF.

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u/Maleficent_Memory_60 10d ago

Lol they aren't done cooking. I started to over cook. I was born past my due date.

And even though I was the same exact weight and height when I was born as when my sibling was born. They look learn and i look like a hella plump baby.

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u/travoltaswinkinbhole 10d ago

Toddlers are like the raptors from Jurassic Park, just constantly paying attention and probing for weaknesses.

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u/StargazerTheory 10d ago

I don't find them cute when they're more developed either

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u/cssmith2011cs 10d ago

.... fuckin tax evading midget little shits, is all children are. ( ≖_≖)

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u/Returd4 10d ago

Yes new born babies look like frogs

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u/Actually_Im_a_Broom 10d ago

They start getting cute (and dangerous) when they start walking and learning shit.

I still remember that first shit my son had at 13 months old. Thirteen friggin months of held up food finally released…I wish they’d learn to do this sooner.

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u/Mis_chevious 10d ago

Agreed. My daughter was 3 weeks earlier than her due date and looked like Benjamin Button for at least a month after she got here.

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u/ry8919 10d ago

Where are you getting this from? Humans have one of the longer gestation periods for mammals.

https://beef2live.com/story-gestation-period-cows-mammals-0-109436

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u/SirBing96 10d ago

This 100%. I don’t mean to be rude, your baby is kinda cute, but this PUPPY 😍

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u/LeDestrier 10d ago

Except if it shits on your bed. Babies in general are just shit machines.

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u/SirBing96 10d ago

In my case it was throw up, last week, at 3:30 in the morning. Granted she wasn’t a puppy, but still.

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u/AnnabelleStorm96 10d ago

I agree on the majority of what you mean, though newborn koalas and kangaroos ... not so much kol

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u/ChugstheBeer 10d ago

Human babies are animal babies

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u/chipthegrinder 10d ago

human babies are adorable when they aren't crying

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u/sammorest 10d ago

Such a brave thing to say. Thank you for your honesty.

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u/Routine-Pen8116 10d ago

because they are. human babies are disgusting. lets all just raise cats instead

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u/Mavyn1 10d ago

Highly dependent on the animal lol. Naked mole rat babies are terrifying

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u/PrometheanArtisan 10d ago

Right. My buddy back when Facebook was new would always get banded for a week because he would tell people their new born are ugly haha

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u/jelde 10d ago

Until you have your own.

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u/neercatz 10d ago

Nah. My kid looked like a potato until he was 1. Newborns are ugly little buggers

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u/garlic_bread_thief 10d ago

No. I have decided to never have children. I have several reasons for not wanting children.

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u/jelde 10d ago

Yeah I had a feeling you'd say that. Anyway, I was just pointing out that generally there isn't anything more precious than your own kids.

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u/BrockBushrod 11d ago

Just a li'l guy, minding his business 🐵

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u/neercatz 10d ago

*haroombas inner monologue"

Feeling good on a Wednesday with the sparkling thoughts, help me unload the car, ya ya ya ya ya

Look at this shit. I'm operating on a whole other level rn. Running peak efficiency, boop beep bo bop bop bop

Check cha check check check ah check it ouuutttt, push pah pushing the straw-aw all around"

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u/Dr_Griller 11d ago

That's what she said!

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u/construction_zone 11d ago

sir you misspelled 'smol'

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u/2DeadMoose 11d ago

You must be new to the internet.

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u/Skandle_us 10d ago

It'll never cease to amaze me how you people let the stupidest shit bother you lol

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u/2DeadMoose 11d ago

One followed the other and now it’s been decades so no it isn’t going anywhere lol.

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u/Bladewing10 10d ago

Dick out regardless

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u/kpidhayny 10d ago

broomsticks out for haroomba

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u/Exotic_Worldliness94 11d ago

Omg it’s doing a scoot :3

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u/ywBBxNqW 11d ago

I hope it's not like when a dog does a scoot because it's got worms or something.

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u/nobleland_mermaid 10d ago edited 10d ago

It's butt isn't actually on the ground all that much so probably not, they're just playing around.

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u/ywBBxNqW 10d ago

They are such goobers.

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u/banjosuicide 10d ago

It's in an empty room with a concrete floor and a bit of hay. I'd probably lose my mind and start doing this as well.

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u/SleazyMuppet 10d ago

I saw a comment on another post saying this is a temporary holding room they put them in while cleaning/work is done in the main enclosure. So he’s probably just hanging out in there temporarily.

Not that a lot of zoo animals aren’t kept in awful little rooms long term… 😔

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u/nobleland_mermaid 10d ago edited 10d ago

Yeah I did a behind-the-scenes zookeeper for a day tour once and the place I went to had a temporary enclosure a lot like this where they moved some of the animals to while they cleaned out or repaired their normal habitats or if they needed to be checked on by a vet.

It's mostly empty because they use them for more than one type of animal. They already have to take out the hay, wash, disinfect, and de-scent the rooms between species so trying to also remove/replace enrichment or anything would add a lot of work when most of the animals spend less than a few hours in there anyway (the one I went to tried to keep it under an hour)

We saw the lions in theirs, they brought them in to clean a part of their normal enclosure and while they were in there had a keeper come to check on them. The zoo had trained the lions to show their bellies, inside their mouths, the bottom of their paws etc. (giving them treats when they did) so the keepers could try to catch injuries or illness before it was anything major. it was easier to do all that while they were in the smaller temporary enclosures than trying to get it done in the big one where the lions had more space.

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u/AdOwn6086 10d ago

That makes me feel better because I was really sad when I first watched this because the enclosure looks so sad

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u/banjosuicide 10d ago

That's heartening to hear

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u/ywBBxNqW 10d ago edited 10d ago

Maybe it's in there because it does have worms and the poor baby is in quarantine.

EDIT: I also wonder if it's maybe on some medication.

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u/Schrutes_Yeet_Farm 10d ago

He's got lil hands with fingernails like we do, if his but is itchy he can just scratch it

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u/01chlam 10d ago

A booty scooty

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u/LostHomeland 10d ago

It is adorable. and Haroomba? Funny and appropriate lol!

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u/Nincomsoup 11d ago

The Haroomba looks like a very effective ape-liance, useful for cleaning all kinds of hay strewn spaces in your home.

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u/Totesnotadoggo01 11d ago

I own two free roam rabbits. I would like to hire Haroomba ASAP.

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u/hummingbirrrrd 10d ago

My thoughts exactly lol 🐰

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u/STRYKER3008 10d ago

I heard they don't allow u to repair it yourself by requiring their proprietary monkey wrench

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u/just_nobodys_opinion 10d ago

The problem is getting it to dock in the corner correctly

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u/Overlord_Ace 11d ago

It all went to shit when Harambe died. But he's come back to us, reincarnated as Haroomba. He's gonna save us from all the shits now.

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u/MasterXaios 10d ago

"Harambe? Yes, that was what they used to call me. Harambe... that was my name. I am Haroomba. And I come back to you now, at the turn of the tide."

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u/Vandergrif 10d ago

Harambe 2: Reincarnation Boogaloo

It's time... to take out the trash

[scoot scoot scoot]

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u/cisenoficial 11d ago

All hail the mighty Haroomba

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u/DemandZestyclose7145 10d ago

Sticks out for Haroomba.....to clean up off the floor.

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u/sluttydinosaur101 10d ago

He looks almost fake

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u/fakeitilyamakeit 10d ago

Right. He looks like a plushy toy. So cute.

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u/hrslvr_paints 11d ago

Zoos have inside and outside areas for most habitats. Many of the animals come in during the night. They also may spend time there when they're ill or when they've just arrived at the zoo. The inside areas are also used to safely sedate animals prior to being taken to hospital for exams or procedures. This is also only showing a piece of the indoor area. Y'all just chill unless we learn this isn't a reputable facility.

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u/PyroKnight 10d ago

Yeah, some animals will also hide out indoors when they want some privacy or feel stressed out from all the attention. Usually after a while they get used to all the visitors in the outdoor areas but a good zoo will always let animals go between areas as they desire.

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u/MaestroPendejo 11d ago

I'll back this up. My ex was a worker at San Francisco zoo. I was able to get a very kickass inside tour of the facility. This is exactly what I thought of when I saw this.

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u/hate2bme 10d ago

I thought the same and have only been to the Cincinnati Zoo a few times. Oh yeah, and the Indianapolis Zoo. People just wanna bitch about shit online for no reason. I don't get it.

Edit: and the South Bend Zoo.

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u/coupon_is_expired 11d ago

Can confirm.

Source: Animal Keeper at an accredited zoo past 26 years and counting.

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u/Mocker-Poker 10d ago

OMG please do IAmA here! it would be amazing if you share your experience with those of us who are just visitors and don't know a lot

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u/coupon_is_expired 10d ago

I may one day. I'm not really sure how to do that yet. 26 years at one job means I'm one of those old ladies that stumbles with Reddit.

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u/Mocker-Poker 10d ago

yes, I get it, local mods will always help you figure it out though

https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/

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u/coupon_is_expired 10d ago

Oh! I thought it was a function not a whole Sub! LoL

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u/Mocker-Poker 10d ago

yes, that's a whole sub, pretty popular, you get all sorts of people there, professionals from different spheres and countries, from time to time they arrange scheduled sessions with celebrities/scientists/sportsmen/etc.

they've got certain rules as every sub, you can check on the right, and you'll need to submit a proof (e.g. a picture in the zoo with your login on a piece of paper)

please consider doing an IAmA session sometime

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u/Present-Ad3167 10d ago

Me too! Lol I just learned it’s its own sub and not just a special thing that I just get ads for once in a while. But I second you doing one, I would love to hear about your experience. I’ve always wanted to work with animals my whole life so would love to hear what you have to say.

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u/Bocifer1 11d ago

They’re gonna be really appalled when they find out that we make human children play inside sometimes too

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u/user-unknown-404 10d ago

Or how US prisons have Itty-bitty concrete rooms for inmates.

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u/mydogisacloud 10d ago

My local zoo lets us see both the indoor and outdoor areas and I suspect they have a secondary more private indoor area for when they need it. And it us a very respectable zoo with a great conservation program. This area looks just fine with all the context this short clip can provide.

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u/jda404 11d ago

Thanks for some insight!!

Reddit is the king of blowing things out of proportion lol.

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u/ATee184 11d ago

I love Haroomba

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u/ChirpSnipeCelly 11d ago

Yup, top tier word play OP.

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u/Flippin_diabolical 10d ago

This title is perfection OP

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u/TouchMyWrath 10d ago

Brooms out for haroomba

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u/KSredneck69 10d ago

I wish we had seen the little circle he did before they started filming. Hes so stinkin cute

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u/c0smicteddybear 11d ago

Scoot scoot

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u/Head-Eagle-3187 11d ago

Be sure to spring for the warranty! I heard sometimes they malfunction and start flinging their vacuum contents around.

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u/Prophetx14 11d ago

Just scootin

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u/AdamZocchi 11d ago

Hilarious wordplay

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u/Sure-Survey9192 10d ago

Parent: leaves room for a sec

Little me:

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u/Glorious_Retardation 11d ago

Ha-room-ba! Ha-room-ba!

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u/NIKINIKITA 11d ago

Hara in greek means happy, haroomba fits so much to this little fella 💙

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u/P0T8OS 10d ago

Okay that's both adorable and hilarious but by naming him that you're dooming him to a terrible fate

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u/MithSeka 11d ago

Haroomba

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u/mrfix77 11d ago

I thought it was a toy minkey first

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u/noskilleumas 10d ago

Awwwwww I want to hug that mini little roomba!

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u/RedishDragon 10d ago

The prophecy has foretold of his coming. He will clean the world of sin and wipe away all the darkness. All hail his coming. Hail, Haroomba!!!

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u/ReklawTheBear 10d ago

He do be scootin

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u/AceOut 11d ago

Haroomba looks like he would be a better driver than most of the people on the road today (present company included).

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u/Wilgrove 10d ago

Pretty sure the monkey is just bored. Doesn't he have anything to simulate his brain, or is it just hay and concrete?

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u/HiILikePlants 10d ago

This is probably just the indoor portion of their enclosure

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u/w00kieman 10d ago

The outside isn’t gonna be stimulating either, these animals are prisoners

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u/A_Vierli 11d ago

Worship Prince Haroomba, the cleaner of cages and devourer of hail

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u/Competitive_Bottle71 11d ago

All he needs are some cymbals.

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u/RAK00N2 10d ago

Haroomba. Jamaica...

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u/cerebraldormancy 10d ago

He’s got a camera and is watching

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u/Relaxedtiger330 10d ago

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! I still itch.

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u/PicketFenceGhost 10d ago

Haroomba Cucumba🥒

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u/LilMochi190 10d ago

My heart

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u/savagepitts 10d ago

He has been reborn. I hear the 7 trumpets

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u/margueritedeville 10d ago

Chère bébé

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u/pale_blue_dots 10d ago

Aww man, that's adorable.

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u/Rathbun 10d ago

At least this one has a more clever title than the other post.

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u/LordxNikon 10d ago

Sweet title!

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u/-meeko 10d ago

The most adorable thing Ive ever seen

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u/midorile 10d ago

Adorable scoots!!

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u/Feeling_Mongoose_263 10d ago

Harrooomba ❤️

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u/Freshest-Raspberry 10d ago

Brooms out for Haroomba!

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u/erdtirdmans 10d ago

No dicks out just yet guys - he's too young and smol 🥹

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u/A5TR0DYTE 10d ago

Poor guy has nothing else to do in there.

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u/Thiccchicc333 10d ago

Haroomba 💀

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u/kpidhayny 10d ago

broomsticks out for haroomba

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u/CommonShower9005 10d ago

Classic stress/boredom/anxiety behavior. Not cute

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u/Not-The-AlQaeda 10d ago

more like Wroomba

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u/pegothejerk 11d ago

Everyone commenting about how awful that place looks for poor Haroomba, I can guess y'all's maximum age, cause for us gen x-ers, this place looks like Disneyland compared to what we had day in, day out - wood veneer paneling, shag carpet or linoleum, all the furniture was covered in plastic so we couldn't use it - I'd have killed to be able to bring some grass clippings or straw inside to play with, we were lucky if once a year we got a big box from an appliance to play in, that whole day was magical. And a mural? We only saw those at church daycare.

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u/bambinolettuce 11d ago

this is a pasta surely. if not, im stealing it and making it one

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u/pegothejerk 11d ago

It's original. Copy and paste away.

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u/Gunsmoke_wonderland 11d ago

Ah, another home school kid. My brother.

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u/Benzene505 11d ago

We must protect him at all costs

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u/Jamikiii 11d ago

I feel so bad for this lil creature. That place looks miserable.

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u/russianspy_1989 11d ago

That room is probably just the holding area while they clean the enclosure or to quarantine due to illness.

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u/Muffin_Appropriate 10d ago

Better there than in a forest humans are deforesting and ripping apart their homes.

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u/TheIncospiciousOne 11d ago

Doesn't look very exciting, does it. I think double the space and put more natural lighting. I'm just going to hope there is access to outside.

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u/SayFuzzyPickles42 11d ago

He almost definitely does - I frequent my local zoo and almost all the animals have both indoor and outdoor areas, it's very standard-issue. It's actually healthy for them to have indoor spaces that are relatively small, it gives them privacy and comfort.

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u/Minuku 11d ago

Yes, it is not necessarily about the area or the concrete floor but just the complete emptiness. Hope this little fella has at least a corner or another room full of climbing possibilities and toys.

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u/TheIncospiciousOne 11d ago edited 11d ago

Maybe it's got little friends somewhere else? Possibly in the outside sections that I'm really hoping they have. I hope this person knows what they're doing

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u/higherentity 11d ago

Free Haroomba!!

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u/bbgun142 11d ago

Man how sad, all alone in a concrete room. With hay, I bet he is just trying to entertain himself

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u/BadZnake 11d ago

Don't forget to downvote and block anyone with 10 million karma in 4 years <3

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u/theUSAisAJoke 11d ago

Bro is stuck in a cage without a gram of living vegetation in sight so sad.

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u/shannon_frog 11d ago

Why is he alone? And why inside?

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u/zookprchaos 11d ago

How do you know the chimp is alone? You don’t even see the whole habitat. In addition, this could have been filmed in winter, where it is too cold for them to be outside.

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u/Nincomsoup 11d ago

If it's winter and that's the space he's got, it'd be nice to see some toys or other sources of stimulation. Maybe he's waiting for a vet visit or something.

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u/zookprchaos 11d ago

For a lot of big accredited zoos, which I cannot say for sure what this facility is or their status on accreditation, they often have more than one indoor space for apes. Again, we don’t know what stimulation is in there due to not seeing the entire space. This could be an older habitat where keepers are working with what they have. Remodeling costs millions of dollars and often need funding from rich, private donors willing to fund the remodel or the city is willing to fund it with taxpayer money. The latter requires a whole voting process from the public to agree to use their money in that way. Sometimes these voting processes have to wait and be on a ballot during the voting season.

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u/November1947 11d ago

I might be doing that also if I was living in that barren concrete cage.

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u/badbadunicorn 10d ago

how can people find this entertaining? this poor WILD animal is stuck in a concrete hell. Educate yourself about zoos. This is horrible.

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u/w00kieman 10d ago

Don’t know why you are downvoted, these animals are prisoners for our entertainment and zoos should be banished imo

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u/Fantastic_Love_9451 10d ago

Indoor space for primates in zoos exists.

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u/badbadunicorn 10d ago

sad enough that primates in zoos (or zoos in general) exist. These animals belong in the wild. Not locked in for your eNtErtAinMenT.

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u/Mogadodo 10d ago

That's just sad

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u/Responsible-Laugh590 10d ago

I would be bored too if I was trapped in a cage

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u/AstroFace 10d ago

And just like that, the world was right again.

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u/OhMyGoat 10d ago

Horrible confinement.

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u/PotentialRaccoon3548 11d ago

I feel so bad for him. No one should have to live like this 💔

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u/starseed808 11d ago

Sad to see.. got nothing but to push hay when they could be in the trees... I wish people didn't see them as enemies or food..

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u/janz79 11d ago

Such a magnifecent being… caged….

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u/Gympie-Gympie-pie 11d ago

Forest painted concrete walls are still concrete walls.

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u/dgblarge 11d ago

What an appalling attempt at habitat for a caged animal, especially a young primate. No wonder the poor thing is exhibiting odd behaviour. This is not an animal being a derp it's an young primate with incipient behavioural problems arising from being caged in a concrete room with zero environmental enrichment. I've never liked zoos for exactly reasons like this.

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u/Mothunny 11d ago

You can look through some other comments on here, but this is most likely just an inside area, for when it's too cold outside, when they need to be brought to a vet, checked out, or when they just might choose to go in, etc!

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u/luckyduck0777 11d ago

I hate seeing apes inside these types of concrete enclosures, they look like prison cells.

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u/marktherobot-youtube 11d ago

bananas out for Haroomba!

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u/ImmaBlackgul 10d ago

So cute…too bad he will forever be deprived of his freedom and turned into a shadow of himself

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u/bottleboy8 10d ago

I don't understand why people think this is cute. An animal with nearly human intelligence in a cage with not toys or any other stimulation. Sad as shit IMHO.

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u/SpicyFlaps 10d ago

So messed up we keep them on concrete floors

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u/piewca_apokalipsy 10d ago

This is sad as fuk

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u/chaharly 10d ago

Damn. They could put a little enrichment in there

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u/alphababble 11d ago

Don't think he feels too much at home on that concrete floor. Put you in a tree and you'd look like a dwerp.

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u/cairob3 11d ago

Yes. That should be his name. Sweet.

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u/hwilliams0901 11d ago

Hes soo damn adorable