1. #1 NewEnglandBob
    March 30, 2010

    What is that odor? Oh yeah, onions!

  2. #2 Bob Carlson
    March 30, 2010

    But shouldn’t they have had the kindness to teach him that there is a gorilla heaven?

  3. #3 qetzal
    March 30, 2010


    Maybe he’ll invent a heaven for himself. If we can do it, he probably can too!

  4. #4 James F
    March 30, 2010

    Is it bad that I recognize the first dead gorilla photo as “The Death of Marchessa” from an old National Geographic?

  5. #5 Bill
    March 30, 2010

    And why did they feel the need to teach this magnificent animal about the permanency of death? Sticks in my mind as cruel and morbid.

  6. #6 sailor
    March 30, 2010

    Oh no you onioned me again, I was completely taken in for a while, thinking WTF.

  7. #7 Ivan
    March 30, 2010

    Heehee… I saw the title and immediately said to myself, “Onion.”

  8. #8 megan
    March 30, 2010

    LOL I try to be nice to friends by letting them know I’m sending them to a spoof Onion news flash in my email or postings. It’s like Rick Rolling or getting Punk’d

  9. #9 ZenMonkey
    March 31, 2010

    Don’t worry, Bill. The gorilla was actually signing that he was hungry.

    (I’m pretty sure the bunnies weren’t getting it either.)

  10. #10 WIll
    March 31, 2010

    I think all animals know they are going to “die.” Humans are the only ones who think that it’s a problem.

  11. #11 BMO91
    February 1, 2013

    Yes, I feel sorry for Quigley. But by searching the logical and positive side in this video, they can understand if the reason that Humanity can be assholes and be destructive it’s, indeed, because´╗┐ they are afraid to die and how they cope with it.
    And since animals can express freely without the society code of how you should polish or alter your reactions, it’s easier to understand him and ourselves with him.
    Plus, how much of our´╗┐ human evolution and technology happened because we, as a species, realized that our living time is finity and wanted to leave something behind of ours to be remembered and feel that we truly lived?
    Some fear death and became crippled by it. Others embrace it and “triumph”.
    Many belive that Men become separted of Animal when it understood the concept of death….who knows how many species different then others could evolve like we did and bring something more to our planet.

  12. #12 euan
    February 3, 2013

    How on earth could you call yourselves scientists when you have taught such a loving creature that death is inevitable. Can you not see just how depressed you have made poor Quigley. The worst part is that you seem so happy about all this. I am only 12, but even i understand the importance of happiness within all living creatures. How could you? Shame on every single scientist and person that supports this kind of thing. I hope you all get reported to the rspca.( thanks to Bill who seems to also feel empathy towards Quigley.)

  13. #13 GML
    December 27, 2013

    Onion does some funny shit but this kinda made me sad when I read the remakr by a 12 year old. He/or she didn’t understand this was a joke. That being said….he/she can at least embrace the truth that humanity (in reality) does stuff far more cruel than this would have been if it were real. ..and that is a part of growing up. Learning it is a cruel and dangerous world.

  14. #14 saydog
    syd aust
    May 3, 2015

    It’s bad enough we as humans that we think that death is sad ness but we have some people to talk us through Gorillas don’t. Good on you for feeling!!!