We're not monkeying around - these masterpieces painted by elephants and apes are on display in London.
We're not monkeying around - these masterpieces painted by elephants and apes are on display in London. Bakhari, a chimp from America, painted this pic.
This artwork is by Baka, a Sumatran orangutan from Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado, America. The people behind the exhibition say its one of the first shows to bring the 'work' of different animal species together.
Impressive! It was painted by Boon Mee, an elephant from Thailand, Asia. The elephant handlers actually steered the animal's trunk, which holds the brush, to make the picture. So it's not really a clever elephant painting a flower.
Samantha, a Western lowland gorilla from Erie Zoo in Pennsylvania, America, seems to like her pastel colours!
And last but not least here's a piece by Nong Bank, an elephant at Samutprakarn Zoo in Thailand, Asia. Wonder what it is?