And it is our new favorite thing.
Granny Jane, a gibbon at England's Twycross Zoo, is probably at least a decade older than any of her counterparts in the wild. What's the secret to her longevity? According to her keepers, the secret is simply being chilled out.
Most jumping animals - such as frogs and grasshoppers - have some powerful adaptations that basically make their legs into giant springs. But our ape cousins manage to leap insane distances through sheer force of will, without any helpful adaptations.