World’s Best Dancing Animals

These hilarious snapshots prove it’s not just us humans who know how to bust a move on the dancefloor – with the most agile of the animal kingdom only too keen to show us how it’s done. The crazy creatures have jumped, stretched and shuffled their way to the top in a bid to be dubbed King of the Swingers. And these amusing images are proof that all animals – from lemurs to leopards – know how to get into the groove.

These hilarious snapshots prove it's not just us humans who know how to bust a move on the dancefloor - with the most agile of the animal kingdom only too keen to show us how it's done. The crazy creatures have jumped, stretched and shuffled their way to the top in a bid to be dubbed King of the Swingers. And these amusing images are proof that all animals - from lemurs to leopards - know how to get into the groove.

These hilarious snapshots prove it's not just us humans who know how to bust a move on the dancefloor - with the most agile of the animal kingdom only too keen to show us how it's done. The crazy creatures have jumped, stretched and shuffled their way to the top in a bid to be dubbed King of the Swingers. And these amusing images are proof that all animals - from lemurs to leopards - know how to get into the groove.

These hilarious snapshots prove it's not just us humans who know how to bust a move on the dancefloor - with the most agile of the animal kingdom only too keen to show us how it's done. The crazy creatures have jumped, stretched and shuffled their way to the top in a bid to be dubbed King of the Swingers. And these amusing images are proof that all animals - from lemurs to leopards - know how to get into the groove.

These hilarious snapshots prove it's not just us humans who know how to bust a move on the dancefloor - with the most agile of the animal kingdom only too keen to show us how it's done. The crazy creatures have jumped, stretched and shuffled their way to the top in a bid to be dubbed King of the Swingers. And these amusing images are proof that all animals - from lemurs to leopards - know how to get into the groove.