'Buff Monkey' that looks like a body builder is the internet's new favourite meme

There are plenty of animals out there that act in unique ways, or even show off personality traits we normally associate with humans. But every now and then, there comes along an animal that's just a little too human - and we just can't deal with it.

Santeri Oksanen, a 34-year-old game developer from Finland, captured a shot of a particular primate when visiting Korkeasaari Zoo in Helsinki this month.

This particular White-Faced Saki had a gloriously grumpy expression on her face, and looked pretty hench too. As you can imagine, it was something the internet immediately latched on to.

Now, she's pretty much a Twitter celebrity, giving off a very particular energy that many of us can relate too - even if we can't match up to her impressive gains.

White-Faced Sakis live almost entirely in trees, rarely coming to the ground. They are identified by the colour of their faces - with males having a white face while the females have brown-grey complexions. They're most often found in Brazil, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana and Venezuela.

Then the Helsinki zoo came forward to confirm that this particular monkey is named Bea, and is actually using her fur to make herself look bigger.

So it turns out that looks can be deceiving. Either way, Bea the White-Faced Saki definitely has some serious BDE going on, and we applaud her for it.

But Bea isn't the only buff-looking animal to do it - in fact, some have gone viral with some real muscles to show off. For instance, there was that blissful time when we were all obsessed with an incredibly muscular kangaroo named Roger.

Just look at the size of this dude.

roger the kangaroo Credit: Facebook / The Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs

This two-metre tall marsupial went viral and recognised by the National Geographic as one of the top 10 most famous animals on the planet. Growing up on the Kangaroo Sanctuary in Alice Springs, Australia, he was 12 years old when people first took notice of him, noticing how he flexed his ludicrous kangaroo muscles.

roger the kangaroo Credit: Facebook / The Kangaroo Sanctuary Alice Springs

Unfortunately, it was reported that Roger passed away last year, receiving a great outpouring of support from his fans all over the globe. He was buried on the ranch where he spent most of his life.