A video of a tortoise legitimately beating a rabbit in a race sprang into Twitter consciousness this week after Twitter consumer @Sirferrel1 posted the clip.
Say it ain’t fucking so pic.twitter.com/JUWSnuK8FP
— The Blue Infinity Stone (@Sirferrell1) July 12, 2021
Extremely, the race performs out very like Aesop’s fable. The rabbit jumps out to an early lead within the brief race earlier than stopping. The tortoise, however, slowly and steadily retains marching ahead till it crosses the end line first, a lot to the group’s delight.
The video unfold round Twitter as individuals expressed their shock on the accuracy of Aesop’s fable.
Aesop’s Fables actually weren’t mendacity 😤😤 https://t.co/c7GjUXItKc
— DJ (@DJacob21) July 12, 2021
Idk why individuals are stunned in regards to the race outcome there’s actually a narrative about how this seems. https://t.co/45N3aUBmix
— Adrian Viveros (@adrian_viveros) July 13, 2021
That is the perfect IP adaptation to display ever made. https://t.co/4LcWG2Ghuu
— Josh Feibus (@JoshFeibus) July 13, 2021
Nevertheless, unbeknownst to Twitter customers, this isn’t the primary, nor second time the clip has gone viral. The clip, from an Indonesian race that was initially shared to YouTube by Nick Sina in October of 2016, attracted protection from Metro. In 2017, the clip hit The Day by day Dot and Thrillist. Different media publications have picked the video up within the years since.
Nevertheless amusing the video was to Twitter customers, not less than one consumer, @DragonflyJonez, needed to level out that the race wasn’t precisely a recreation of the fable: the bunny within the video was clearly no hare.
Going to need to take a stand for the hare group right here. They had been misrepresented. That was not a hare. Have you ever ever seen a hare? These muthafuckas are rabbits on steroids. BALCO bunnies. They obtained pecs and shit. A hare may actually hop to that end line in a single leap. https://t.co/8ejzqhEimA
— America is musty (@DragonflyJonez) July 12, 2021