In a remote part of the Gopese rainforest, a leopard is hypnotized by a mirror. The listener’s directions were recorded by microphone-equipped cameras. Self-recognition is usually very hard for babies.
The mirror was broken, and I’m not sure what it was at first. He seemed to think that someone was trying to get rid of him.
You could hear the man’s chair rock back and forth as he got closer to his reflection. Slowly, he began to realize that he had done it himself.
While he is looking in the mirror, a flock of eagles comes flying in from the distance to scare him away. Since he is their political leader, they tried to find out if he was mad at them.
Instead of falling off, the ledge stays in place, waiting for the elevators to reach the mirror. When the elephants look in the mirror, they don’t seem to see themselves.
As the elephants walk back up the tree trunk, the lion goes back to the mirror. He tends to be appreciative of his reflection.
The lion sleeps upside down in front of the mirror. At this point, he is comfortable seeing himself in the mirror and is surprised by what he looks like.
Watch the video below.