This Monkey’s Reaction To Magic Trick At The Zoo Is Everyone’s 2022 Energy

A visitor to the zoo thought of showing a monkey a magic trick. (Screenshot: YouTube/Jasmin)

In the clip, a man can be seen performing a simple magic trick for the monkey at the Chapultepec Zoo in Mexico City.

Who isn’t impressed by magic tricks? It’s always fun to see that “surprised” and “amazed” reaction on people’s faces. But have you ever thought about the reaction of animals? Well, we’re not sure about the others, but one viral clip perfectly captures a money man’s priceless reaction to a magic trick. Zoo visitors usually admire wild animals, often feed them things to eat or click pictures with them. However, a zoo visitor thought of showing a monkey a magic trick, and the video went viral on the internet. The video was originally shared on TikTok by Maximiliano Ibarra.

In the clip, a man can be seen performing a simple magic trick for the monkey, which is locked up in the Chapultepec Zoo in Mexico City. Ibarra held out what looked like a leaf to the monkey, which is a Japanese macaque. The monkey sits near the glass front of its enclosure, carefully observing the human’s activity. When Ibarra made the leaf disappear with a twist, the monkey jumped forward. His mouth remained open and his eyes widened.

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Ibarra then made the leaf reappear and disappear again, leaving the monkey dazed. After witnessing the trick again, the monkey was seen putting his hand to his face and looking over his shoulder to see if anyone else had seen the magic as well. The monkey jumped behind the glass facade. Intrigued by the magic trick, the monkey first tried to hide his face and then ran away.

Netizens are totally impressed with the monkey’s reaction and called it “priceless”. “Hahaha he is so cute,” wrote one user. “He was like don’t show me your human sorcery,” another user interpreted the monkey’s reaction.

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