Thursday, September 5, 2013

A spotter's guide to Katy Perry's Roar video

Katy Perry's Roar is one of the most effortlessly great pop songs of the year.

Earlier this week, it deposed Robin Thicke from the top of the US chart. Now its heading for number one in the UK, too. In fact, it looks set to become one of the fastest-selling singles of the year, shifting 103,000 copies by midnight on Wednesday, according to the Official Charts.

So what better time to unveil the jungle-themed video?

There's a lot of wildlife to take in, so I've put together a comprehensive scientific guide to help you identify all the species.

A Capuchin Monkey (cebus albifrons)

An Indian Hornbill (buceros bicornis)

A Rubber Crocodile (crocodylus crappus)

A Bengal Tiger (panthera tigris)

A Sex Pest Elephant (proboscidea vulgaris)

A Macaw & Macaque
(Forget the Latin, this would make an excellent band name)

A Swarm of Fireflies (elateroidea lampyridae)

A Stone Cold Fox (foxalicious tremenjus)

BOOM! Did you see what I did with that last one????!!!!! I mean, did you?!!!

...Er, you did, didn't you? Sorry about that.

*Hangs head in shame* Here's the video.

Katy Perry - Roar

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