If you want to fill the heart of an animal hole left by your wounded Roger the Ripped Kangaroo, or just love unusually large mammals that are viral, you should take a look at this muscular monkey discovered by The Finnish Photographer Santeri Oksanen 34, at the Korkeasaari Zoo in Helsinki, Finland. This particular white-faced saki is a woman because of the brown-gray color of her face, while male sakis have white faces, making her by far the largest woman in the gym.
Oksanen told Metro UK: "I could not. I do not believe in the huge muscles the monkey had. The other monkeys were very small in comparison, they all looked a bit scared. The pictures make it look like it is participating in a bodybuilding competition. "
This is a bodybuilding contest we would pay for." According to the New England Primate Conservancy, white-faced sakis are usually very small, and men are getting bigger at about 4-5.3 lbs to be muscular because they spent most of their lives in trees (pullups, bruh).
When Oksanen posted the pictures of this massive monkey online, he was surprised to find he was not the only person to be taken by her Size was impressed: Twitter could not get enough of this Schweinsaki.
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Shave That Damned Monkey https://t.co/js9xZSZrZ8[19659002DelphinPilotLCSW(@TheAmitie) March 15, 2019
Welcome to Finland, we have the craziest monkeys in our zoo, I think https://t.co/PkYaVtLNHI[19659002-Maisie-Whimsie(@RhododendronWil) March 15, 2019
BUFF MONKEY https://t.co/sAgONKgkD9[19659002-Coolbutpoorguy(@coolbutpoorguy) March 15, 2019
According to Oksanen (whose Flickr account can be seen here), this monkey has a younger sister who also itches. We'll be curious if she's making as epic progress as her sister. In the meantime, we all just have to ask ourselves what these people are feeding in Finland.