If you never thought you'd live to see a gorilla menacing crew members on the International Space Station (ISS) in zero-gravity, think again.
Okay, so it's not a real gorilla. But it's arguably even better.
To lighten the mood up in the isolated and cramped quarters of the ISS, astronaut Mark Kelly sent his twin brother Scott Kelly — the first American to live in space continuously for an entire year — a care package.
In that package was a gorilla costume. And when Scot Kelly put on that gorilla costume, well, you should watch the video to see what happened next: