Napoleon the ostrich let his feathers down on Wednesday, September 19, in a video marking his one-year anniversary at Werribee Open Range Zoo in Victoria.
One of the zoo’s “keeper cams” caught Napoleon busting out some dance moves: shaking his wings and tail and swaying his head from side to side, on a sunny day at the zoo.
Napoleon’s smooth moves were an “affectionate greeting,” the zoo said in a statement. Napoleon arrived at Werribee last year with his ostrich friends Flick, Buddy, and Patches. They share their environment with giraffe, rhino and antelope. Credit: Werribee Open Range Zoo via Storyful