But sometimes, you just need to watch a big gorilla dance in a small pool. "Enrichment can take many forms, but for this spunky great ape, it means playing and spinning in his favorite blue pool!" the page says.
The zoo's YouTube video of Zola's next-level moves, which has almost 200,000 views, has sparked social media users to come up with their own renditions of the video, adding music over his antics to make it even funnier.
Somebody call a doctor because this gorilla has dancing fever!
However, because this is the internet age, people weren't happy with the video simply showing Zola dancing in silence.
He's known as the "breakdancing" gorilla, and he's making quite a splash online.
Zola has not been trained to dance and his moves are all natural behaviour to him.
The Calgary Zoo added music to that video, and wrote that Zola "loves to play in water".
The 14-year-old received praise for his moves and the sheer happiness he appears to transmit on camera back in 2011.