Humans aren't the only ones freaked out by flying drones. Apparently, chimpanzees aren't huge fans, either.
Chimp Tushi, who lives in the Dutch Burgers' Zoo in the Netherlands, was evidently a bit surprised when she saw zookeepers fly a $2,100 drone in her enclosure, which she shares with 13 other chimps.
The 23-year-old chimp posted up in a tree, waited for the drone to come close and then smacked it down with two branches she was holding. It was quick and easy, and the message was clear: no drones in here.
"It doesn't surprise that Tushi did this," zoo spokesman Baas Lukkenaar told the Associated Press. "She is very handy with sticks."