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The gorillas in the valleys in the south often lived together in groups of several tens. They were fond of drinking wine, and even fonder of imitating man's behavior.
People knew very well their habits and often put wine or distiller's grains on the roadside together with many straw sandals connected together with ropes.
The gorillas knew this was a trick to lure them into traps and cursed:"Humph! Do you think we don't know your tricks? We'll never be taken in!"
So they called one another, turned round and left.
But they had already smelled the aroma of the wine, and couldn't bear to part with it. Even after they left, they would turn their heads to look back. When they saw no one there, they would turn back; and after they turned back, they were afraid of being deceived, and left again. After much hesitation, they finally said to themselves: "Just for a taste of the wine. It won't matter as long as we don't get drunk."
Shortly afterwards, they agreed to come back to drink the wine. When they got drunk, they forgot everything. Every gorilla put on the straw sandals and imitated the way man walks.
As a result, they fell down one after another and were all caught alive by people.