Cheeky gorillas at Netherland zoo find GoPro in their enclosure

A group of gorillas at a zoo in the Netherlands have discovered a hidden GoPro in their enclosure, and their reaction is priceless.

The gorillas at Royal Burgers' Zoo in Arnhem, Netherlands, were going about their day as usual when one of the primates discovered the hidden GoPro.

In the video you can see the natural curiosity of the animals grow as they all come over to look at this foreign object.

Inspecting the camera, one of the gorillas taps on the screen, another tries to remove it from its fixed position.

Cheeky gorillas at Netherland zoo find GoPro in their enclosure
Photo credit: Royal Burgers' Zoo

The zoo said in a statement that it further proves the intelligence and curiosity of these magnificent apes.

The Western gorillas in this zoo come from the rainforests of west and central Africa and is critically threatened; they are also the largest of all 420 primates.

The male gorilla can weigh up to 180kg and the female 90kg, and they usually live to the age of 45.

There are three types of gorillas - the western lowland gorilla, the eastern lowland gorilla and the mountain gorilla.

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