National Zoo's orangutans play with iPads

01/23/2013 | LiveScience.com

Thanks to Orangutan Outreach's Apps for Apes program, the orangutans at the Smithsonian's National Zoo enjoy 10 iPad apps as part of their regular enrichment. The animals' preferred apps include cognitive skills challenges and virtual instruments. Orangutan Outreach has provided iPads for apes in other zoos in part to promote conservation of the endangered species. The idea is to "show zoo visitors how similar humans and apes are, be it through observation, talking with wildlife experts or seeing the apes use the same technology we use every day," said Richard Zimmerman, Orangutan Outreach's founding director.

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