Video: Animals Getting Drunk On Fermented Fruit


The deadpan British narrator describes animals in the Okavango Basin as living the easy life. They have everything they need and have become bored, like we humans do. 

From the movie directed by Jamie Uys entitled "Animals Are Beautiful People" (1974). This clip is a classic. 

When the Murula fruit is past it's prime, it apparently can turn into some hardy alcohol in the poor animals stomachs.

Hilarity ensues, especially with  the monkeys or baboons or whatever they are. 

The music is beautiful. 

and the hangovers in the morning are also pretty funny. 



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