This 8-year-old black kid giving a lesson about zoology is the most inspirational video on Twitter
What do you know about Asian longhorn beetles and how they got to America? Probably not a blessed thing. Which is why Twitter is so fascinated by a video of an 8-year-old from Florida giving his sister a lesson on trees, insects and the like.
The video uploaded by Britney C. was posted Monday and has since gone viral. In it, Britney’s brilliant brother Aiden is seen describing the characteristics of different types of ants, estimating the age of a tree and providing the theory behind the migration of longhorn beetles from Asia.
My brother is an animal genius and wanted me to share it w you guys. He titles this: Trees danger and other animals pic.twitter.com/N21Wr5maqt
— Britney C. (@Alkebulan_) June 5, 2017
It’s an impassioned lesson in zoology we never had. The video has been shared almost 80,000 times as of Wednesday.
Britney told HuffPost that her brother wanted his own YouTube channel to educate others about animals, which is why she posted the video when he asked. Like everyone who’s watched the clip, she envisions a bright future for her little brother.
“I’ve always known Aiden was a special child and we’ve always had a strong bond,” Britney said in an email to HuffPost on Tuesday. “I’m so proud that he believes in himself and knows that he can accomplish all his dreams and desires using the law of attraction and staying positive.”
“He was very excited and grateful for all the love he received and wants to continue making videos and answering questions,” she said.