Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Zoos Are Tweeting Amazon-Style Reviews Of Their Animals And It’s Too Funny.

When the Oregon Zoo first posted a review of a river otter on its Twitter account, the post looked eerily similar to an Amazon review. But the last thing the zoo had expected was to inadvertently start a brand-new trend with the use of the hashtag #rateaspecies. In less than no time, other zoos started to follow the Oregon Zoo's example. But the trend didn't stop there. Aquariums also started pulling off the same review and using the same hashtag. Eventually, Twitter users decided that they wanted to do it too. So here are some of the coolest animal reviews that have hit the Twitterverse.

This was Oregon Zoo's official Twitter post, which started the whole #rateaspecies trend.

Alright, so the otter only comes in one color, but can you really say no to that adorable washed up face?

This was Oregon Zoo's official Twitter post, which started the whole #rateaspecies trend.

There's such a thing as expectation versus reality and this was one was tough to handle.

A one-star rating? You should be grateful that the frog community hasn't started rating humans, or you'd be out of luck.

 There's such a thing as expectation versus reality and this was one was tough to handle.

Assuming you can avoid getting Yogi over here to turn you into a meal, he'd make a perfect fisherman.

A five-star rating is pretty good for a beast that will likely eat anything it catches and might go temperamental and eat you up.

Assuming you can avoid getting Yogi over here to turn you into a meal, he'd make a perfect fisherman.

The Monterey Bay Aquarium got into the spirit of rating their animals Amazon-style.

However, they clearly need to brush up on their knowledge of animal species as they don't know the difference between a weasel and an otter.

The Monterey Bay Aquarium got into the spirit of rating their animals Amazon-style.

The Los Angeles Zoo has the perfect species and it's totally low maintenance when it's sleeping.

You might want to sleep with one eye open just in case, but for the most part, his will remain shut throughout the day.

The Los Angeles Zoo has the perfect species and it's totally low maintenance when it's sleeping.

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