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Women go Bananas for This “Handsome” Gorilla

Move aside Chris Pratt, the women of the world have a new hearthrob apparently. The Japanese heartthrob is a 14 year old by the name of Shabani but to his fans he’s known a Ikemen meaning Hot Guy. Shabani isn’t your typical guy, he’s brooding and thoughtful, his diet consists mainly of bananas and he’s a Western Lowland gorilla. This hasn’t stopped thousands of women and possibly men (it is 2015) gushing over his Blue Steel poses and chiselled symmetrical face. According to officials from the Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens in Nagoya, Shabani has a daily queue of hundreds of admirers keen to get a glimpse of the handsome primate and to get him to get a glimpse of them. He has also spawned a community of obsessed twitter users, sharing stories and photos about their experiences with Shabani. Normally I would try to find a pithy way to wrap up a piece like this but at this point I’m just going to focus on maintaining the will to live.

https://twitter.com/__jollyjayy/status/614357258575716352

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Shabani is a 18 year old male gorilla at Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Garden. The "handsome" gorilla is super popular with young ladies and families. Zoo officials tell CNN that he got the stardom after the netizens started to tweeting and FBing about his handsome photo used for its spring festival posters in April.

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Shabani is a 18 year old male gorilla at Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Garden. The "handsome" gorilla is super popular with young ladies and families. Zoo officials tell CNN that he got the stardom after the netizens started to tweeting and FBing about his handsome photo used for its spring festival posters in April.
Shabani is a 18 year old male gorilla at Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Garden. The “handsome” gorilla is super popular with young ladies and families. Zoo officials tell CNN that he got the stardom after the netizens started to tweeting and FBing about his handsome photo used for its spring festival posters in April.

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