Apes get iPads at National Zoo

Orangutans at the Smithsonian's National Zoo are now using iPad apps to keep occupied. The iPads were made available through Apps for Apes, an initiative from

the conservation organization Orangutan Outreach, which has already

provided tablet devices for the intelligent primates in 12 other zoos and sanctuaries,

including Houston, Atlanta, Toronto, Utah and Milwaukee.

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Iris, a 25-year-old orangutan at the Smithsonian's National Zoo, uses an iPad as part of Orangutan Outreach's Apps for Apes program.
Apes Get iPads at National Zoo
Iris, a 25-year-old orangutan at the Smithsonian's National Zoo, uses an iPad as part of Orangutan Outreach's Apps for Apes program.
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iPad for apes
iPad for apes
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iPad for apes
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iPad for apes
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