Gorilla addicted to smartphones is having his screen time cut

Gorilla addicted to smartphones is having his screen time cut. Screen addiction is nothing new, it’s today’s problem of the masses—in humans, at least. Now, our fellow primate the gorilla has been inflicted with our issues too. Amare, a 415 pound, 16-year-old gorilla at Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo has become totally obsessed with his smartphone. Help. Amare lives with three other male gorillas, and …

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A gorilla named Amare is having his screen time cut after he became so addicted to staring at a phone screen that he didn’t notice when another gorilla charged him. Amare, a resident at Chicago’s Lincoln Park zoo, became addicted due to zoo-goers showing him countless pictures and videos through the glass divider of his enclosure.


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US: This Gorilla Is Addicted To Smartphones, So Now His Screen Time Has Been Cut Down. According to the zookeepers, Amare gets distracted by the bright displays and they are trying to cut down his screen time. Amare, an eastern lowland gorilla who is a resident at Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo is apparently so fond of staring at a phone screen

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6 Strategies I Used to Cut My Screen Time in Half | Inc.com A 16year-old lowland gorilla at the zoo is having a screen time out because of his addiction to smartphones. The zoo has now said that Amare’s screen time is being cut down because he gets distracted by bright displays. Screen addiction is a form of behavioral addiction that can be described as the excessive or compulsive use of screen devices …

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Gorilla addicted to smartphones is having his screen time cut Teenagers glued to phones is nothing new – but it’s less common when the youth in question is a 30-stone, eastern lowland gorilla . But that’s the case of Amare, a resident at Chicago’s Lincoln Park zoo, who’s grown so fond of staring at a phone screen that he didn’t … A gorilla named Amare is having his screen time cut after his addiction to staring at phone screens became so strong that he didn’t notice when another gorilla charged him. Amare, a resident at Chicago’s Lincoln Park zoo, became addicted due to zoo-goers showing him countless pictures and videos through the glass divider of his enclosure.

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A gorilla named Amare at Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago, US has brought the Internet to a standstill with the news of its smartphone addiction. You heard it right. But, there is a twist. Sony Xperia 1 III review | Stuff

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Cell phone Addiction A gorilla named Amare at Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago, US has brought the Internet to a standstill with the news of its smartphone addiction. You heard it right. But, there is a twist.

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smartphone addiction Now,the zoo authority is taking adequate measures to cut his screen time, as reported by Chicago-Sun Times. Of course, the 16-year-old primate does not own a smartphone of his own but it is the visitors who have caused him to become addicted to the bright screens. Amare is shown anything from videos, selfies, or photos of pets or even himself …

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Google Nexus 6P review: a big phone with a big heart (video) A gorilla in Chicago has become so distracted by zoo-goers’ phones that his keepers fear it could harm the great ape’s development. Amare, a 16-year-old eastern lowland gorilla who lives with …

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The Global Smartphone Gorilla addicted to smartphones is having his screen time cut. Teenagers glued to phones is nothing new – but it’s less common when the youth in question is a 30-stone, eastern lowland gorilla

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Screen Time on iOS 12 Proves I’m Obsessed With My Phone | Tech.Co Gorilla addicted to smartphones is having his screen time cut Teenagers glued to phones is nothing new – but it’s less common when the youth in question is a 30-stone, eastern lowland gorilla . But that’s the case of Amare, a resident at Chicago’s Lincoln Park zoo, who’s grown so fond of staring at a phone screen that he didn’t …

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LG V Series – Notebookcheck.net External Reviews A gorilla named Amare is having his screen time cut after his addiction to staring at phone screens became so strong that he didn’t notice when another gorilla charged him. Amare, a resident at Chicago’s Lincoln Park zoo, became addicted due to zoo-goers showing him countless pictures and videos through the glass divider of his enclosure.

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LG V Series – Notebookcheck.net External Reviews A gorilla named Amare is having his screen time cut after he became so addicted to staring at a phone screen that he didn’t notice when another gorilla charged him. Amare, a resident at Chicago’s Lincoln Park zoo, became addicted due to zoo-goers showing him countless pictures and videos through the glass divider of his enclosure.

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Google Nexus 6P review: a big phone with a big heart (video) Screen Time on iOS 12 Proves I’m Obsessed With My Phone | Tech.Co Gorilla addicted to smartphones is having his screen time cut. Teenagers glued to phones is nothing new – but it’s less common when the youth in question is a 30-stone, eastern lowland gorilla