When you leave the house, do you often steal a second or third glance at yourself in the mirror? Or how about when you're out shopping - does a mirror catch your eye and cause you to commit a few seconds to checking yourself out?
As it turns out, the instinct to examine oneself in the mirror isn't just exclusive to human beings: Animals love to inspect their visages just as much as we do. French photographer Xavier Hubert Brierre traveled to Gabon, Africa to set up a large mirror and capture some of the jungle's wildest animals in a private moment of self-reflection. The result of his project is highly entertaining, and the reaction from the two leopards will have you laughing out loud.
Here's some other animals who were caught looking in the mirror.