Zoos and aquariums are giving their animals hilarious reviews as #RateASpecies goes viral
Which of these animals would you give five stars to?
For all of you animal lovers out there, there’s a new trend on Twitter that you may just fall in love with.
Zoos and aquariums all over the world are joining in #RateASpecies, which sees organisations give hilarious product-style reviews to their animals and fish… and yes, that includes some one-star ratings!
We think all of these gorgeous creatures deserve five stars each, but here are the very best species reviews.
1. Los Angeles Zoo docked points here for strange paper-eating habits.
⭐️⭐️⭐️ PROS & CONS— Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens (@LAZoo) March 9, 2018
Dwarf model provides rapid clearing of foliage, weeds, and unwanted shrubbery in a compact design. Exceptionally adorable, but also will devour clothing and paper if left unattended. Occasionally hard-headed but fun to have around.#rateaspecies pic.twitter.com/SCZIPCdcDA
2. This majestic lion got four stars for excellent sleeping skills.
3. Vancouver Aquarium gave a hilarious review, docking one point for smell.
⭐⭐⭐⭐Get The Steller Edition— Vancouver Aquarium (@vanaqua) March 10, 2018
The limited edition steller series is the F-150 of pinnipeds. Buyer beware, premium fuel costs will burn a hole in your wallet, but the performance is unmatched. Removing 1 star as ours has started to smell strongly. No muffler. #rateaspecies pic.twitter.com/Y5HDlgcbxA
4. Top-notch “shellfies” get good marks here.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Takes Amazing Shellfies— SC Aquarium (@SCaquarium) March 9, 2018
Temperamental handling but light-weight, ergonomic design, water proof. (Buyer beware: massive hardware upgrade requires additional storage space and energy requirements over time.)#rateaspecies pic.twitter.com/VJkJFmgkhT
5. Minnesota Zoo gave this lazy red panda four stars.
6. This monkey got an amazing five stars!
⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ NO THUMBS UP— Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens (@LAZoo) March 9, 2018
Aspiring home brewers will find lots to be impressed by in this efficient model. Hard to reach unless you're an adept climber. Highest-possible rating; no thumbs up!#rateaspecies pic.twitter.com/EXHxFoLS4B
7. This fuzzy calf is worthy of a top review.
8. These garden eels received four stars.
⭐⭐⭐⭐Up Your Garden Game— Vancouver Aquarium (@vanaqua) March 9, 2018
Green thumbs approved. These perennials get best results in mild climates. Be warned, slimy residue can be off-putting to new gardeners. Full review on https://t.co/lHZm4zUyv2: https://t.co/69NdBnjYr1 #rateaspecies pic.twitter.com/CAjxYgbYqb