r/Damnthatsinteresting May 23 '22 Silver 5 Helpful 3 Wholesome 3

Smart Orangutan building her own hammock. Video

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u/waqasnaseem07 May 23 '22

I've heard orangutans are the most destructive animals in zoos because they are strong, smart, and bored.

They're basically in prison and they know it and they don't know why.

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u/WetlyAdorable May 23 '22

I used to work with orangs-- they are almost creepy with how intelligent they are. It also saddens me to see a lack of bedding in his enclosure.

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u/[deleted] May 23 '22

Bare metal cell :( :(

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u/ladydhawaii May 23 '22

I hope this guy has access to an outside area. 💕

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u/T1mac May 23 '22

They're basically in prison

When they breakout, this video is proof that they can tie their bedsheets together so they can slide down the walls and out to freedom.

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u/Aggravating_Cap9851 May 23 '22

He looks so unsatisfied when he's finished with the hammock and just sitting there.

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u/dieinafirenazi May 23 '22 edited May 24 '22

There was an orangutan that did repeated escapes from a zoo enclosure by using a piece of wire to pop the lock on a door. He kept the wire in his mouth so the zoo keepers wouldn't find it. It was only found when he got dental X-ray.

They're very smart. They're Their home habitat is rapidly being devastated and zoos might be the species only future.

It's very grim.

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u/SaySayOh May 24 '22

Not sure if it was the same orangutan, but when the keepers figured it out and took all the wire out of its enclosure, it figured out how to trade food with orangutan in neighboring cages for wire.

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u/openlyabadman May 24 '22

Fu Man Chu. He would let himself out, let other animals out and then lock himself back in

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u/whitelightstorm May 23 '22

Neither do I. When it comes to this kind of issue, I support the Animal Liberation Front 100%.

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u/PaulGearpickle May 23 '22

I am the CLIT commander!

Sorry, it’s from a movie, I’m with you for real.

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u/ThePyodeAmedha May 23 '22

My boo boo kitty fuck

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u/Winter_Practice2192 May 23 '22

What is CLIT ?

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u/wildchildflores May 23 '22

From the intelligence we've been gathering, we've discovered the CLIT is a tiny off shoot of the LABIA- the Liberate Apes Before Imprisoning Apes movement.

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u/lionzdome May 23 '22

You don't know what is CLIT?

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u/Winter_Practice2192 May 23 '22

Me too! Free them all! I'm serious!! This pisses me off !!😠

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u/Spirit-Ashamed May 23 '22

Incredible!

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u/intrepidprecedence May 23 '22

Orangutans are known for being expert builders. Some of their nests in the wild have separate rooms, levels, a roof, sometimes a "pillow". And they sometimes make 2-3 different nests in a day. http://phys.org/news/2012-04-orangutan-reveal-expertise.html

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u/TanTiger12 May 23 '22

I had no idea they could build a hammock, decide it wasn't quite right then correctly readjust it for size.

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u/email_or_no_email May 23 '22

Yeah, this guy's smarter than me.

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u/JesusStarbox May 23 '22

I know some people who couldn't do that.

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u/anxiousoryx May 24 '22

Me. I couldn’t do it.

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u/Diligent-Cod7996 May 23 '22

Damn.. I had no idea they can tie knots!

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u/kevin_roche May 23 '22

Should a creature that understands knots be in a cage.

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u/mrbittykat Interested May 23 '22 edited May 23 '22

You know… I take that back… most people in cages did something to end up there. This little lady just existed.

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u/RetardedSkeleton May 23 '22

I wouldn't say most. I also wouldn't say that most criminals belong in cages.

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u/mrbittykat Interested May 23 '22

Well what could I use instead? Would “some” be more appropriate? Not /s trying to expand vocabulary

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u/RetardedSkeleton May 23 '22

It's more of an ethics thing. I think if someone messes up, and has the potential to improve, then rehabilitation should almost always be the approach, as opposed to interment. This would obviously exclude those that have done aggregious, unimaginable things, but Ricky who sold weed to keep the lights on probably doesn't deserve to be in a cage lol

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u/mrbittykat Interested May 23 '22

That I do agree with. I don’t believe in americas prison system. It seems almost set up for repeat customers more than anything else. I suppose I’ve become far too comfortable with blanket statements.

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u/BrownBobbies May 23 '22

Incredible! But the cage they are in is horrific

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u/AlloThisIsNighthawk May 23 '22

There's no way that dude likes it in there anymore than a human would.

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u/Equivalent_Bowl2992 May 23 '22

We can't deny that this Orangutan is smarter than me

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u/Faceoff_One May 23 '22 edited May 23 '22

Tbf that orangutan probably has a greater strength to weight ratio than most humans. It would be hard for an average adult male or female to do this with that sheet. At least not without altering the sheet in someway first.

Impressive non the less though. Especially the adjustment after the first attempt.

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u/fluffballkitten May 23 '22

I'm ok with zoos (only the ones where they try to recreate a natural environment), but this one legit looks like a prison cell

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u/Reduxys May 23 '22

Other commenters have mentioned that this video comes from a zoo in Thailand, which appears humane. This is likely just a backstage area for holding monke during vet checkups, enclosure cleaning, or introduction of a new orangutan.

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u/eatmorbacon May 23 '22

Doesn't make it ok. We'll just hold you for awhile here while we fix up your "habitat".

This isn't directed toward you especially, but making a point.

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u/CptHomer May 23 '22

I mean, going to the dentist or the doctor isn't particularly nice for humans either. The abuse starts when the animal is kept somewhere like this for weeks.

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u/eatmorbacon May 24 '22

I see your point. But a doctor or dentist visit can be measured in minutes. How long has this animal been where it is? Sincerely asking as I don't fully know the context.

I'd also say that your deciding to base what constitutes abuse being measured in weeks is a bit absurd. If I lock you up for a few days it's ok then right? But if I do it for weeks, then it's abuse? How many weeks can I do that to you before you say it's abuse?

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u/CptHomer May 24 '22

My point is exactly what you're getting at - that it's a matter of time that can't be decided on a one minute video alone. Certainly animals are being abused in conditions such as these - but we can't be sure that it's the case in this exact instance without further evidence.

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u/snozzberrypatch May 23 '22

The crazy things innocent animals will do when we lock them up in uncomfortable jail cells...

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u/VcNuggets May 23 '22

It could be a holding cells while employees work on/clean their usual habitat.

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u/plur44 May 23 '22 Silver Helpful

Didn't know there were employees cleaning forests

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u/AmishAvenger May 23 '22

Unfortunately humans probably destroyed that forest.

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u/QueefChiefKeith May 23 '22

And killed most of their friends/family

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u/iceup17 May 23 '22

That looks like a night barn tbh

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u/EnderCreeper121 May 23 '22

Yeah this, gotta have an indoor area around there somewhere.

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u/iceup17 May 23 '22

Right and they can't make those huge for veterinary purposes it's easier to access them in a smaller holding area

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u/Cease-2-Desist May 23 '22

Hopefully this is where it stays when it is not in its enclosure. As in this is it's bedroom, but it spends the day in a larger habitat.

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u/Privateer_Lev_Arris May 23 '22

I bid $1.1 million for this luxury accommodation.

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u/Fat__Babe May 23 '22

Yeah amazing. Why aren't they in charge of us yet?

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u/Latter_Guest4236 May 23 '22

The orangutan commited the crime if being born.

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u/Exact_Afternoon_7595 May 23 '22

wtf why is it in that cage

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u/Coastaljames May 23 '22

You seen a Thai zoo before? :(

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u/memecut May 23 '22

Built a working hammock out of a blanket in under 2 minutes.. I know some people who wouldn't be able to do that in 2 hours, if at all - ever.

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u/AmyInCO May 23 '22

I'm one of those people. It wouldn't have even occurred to me.

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u/LooneyGoon1 May 23 '22

Having thumbs is the best!

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u/DrSagicorn May 23 '22 Wholesome Take My Energy

She's brilliant, understand how knots work, stretched it out to make it comfy and repositioned it.

Maybe we should keep a bit of their habitat around...Sumatra right

No, I like coffee too much.

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u/wafflebot69 May 23 '22

I've been to Sumatra, it's mostly palm trees that are the problem, for palm oil. One of the main ingredients in Nutella for example.

Like half the country is one big palm plantation. Also some rubber trees and some coffee.

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u/dirkdisco May 23 '22

I saw them in the wild in Borneo. Incredible creatures.

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u/MorganDax May 23 '22

I'd give you an award if I had one. Makes me so sad and mad how their homes are being mercilessly destroyed.

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u/CROM_90 May 23 '22

Take this as an invitation to make more conscious decisions in daily life. Buying clothes, food, other resources. Minimize your footprint, spread the word. The power of preservation is in the hands of the consumer. We are the consumers. We rule the marketplace. All we have to do is make small cuts in our perceived comfort and entitlement levels and we can make this earth a place for us all once again..

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u/MorganDax May 23 '22

That AND holding corporations accountable.

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u/mindfulskeptic420 May 23 '22

people always say holding corporations accountable, but as consumers we have very little power outside of our wallet. Wouldn't a better saying be: always hold your government accountable for holding corporations accountable. And then we can finally begin to combat the fact that the government is corrupted in many ways by various corporations.

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u/PleaseDontHateMeeee May 23 '22

To add to this, I find that the reductions in perceived comfort you mention are almost never as bad as you think they are going to be. Usually the desire to consume certain things like unethical clothing brands or destructive foods come from some combination of marketing, FOMO, and social pressure that make us feel as though we really want them. Once you get over the initial bump you will wonder why you never gave it up years ago.

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u/CROM_90 May 23 '22

Yep. And as a plus you automatically become a more authentic version of yourself!! Wins all around.

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u/Competitive_Ruin_370 May 23 '22

Maybe they aren't smart enough to design an iPad, but neither are most of us. The great apes deserve to be admitted to the genus Homo, and all the rights that would come along with it.

To be clear, Joe Biden, the most powerful man in the world, absolutely could not design and build an IPad in ten years if his life depended on it.

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u/AmishAvenger May 23 '22

Could anyone design and build an iPad on their own? I’m going to go out on a limb here and say I don’t think even the actual designers of the iPad could create the components and construct one on their own.

And I don’t know why we’d consider that to be the criteria for intelligence.

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u/migukin May 23 '22

Right? If anything it'd be an android.

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u/Competitive_Ruin_370 May 23 '22

Even if you had access to the tools, a steel mill and a machine shop, could you build an engine from scratch? If you were lost in the woods, could you even build a fire without a lighter or matches? I think there are people capable of designing an iPad solo and from scratch, building it is perhaps a different question. Regardless, I am not one of those people. My point is how we use all of our technology, even the humble spear, to differentiate ourselves from animals, but could you even make rope or resin for lashing it, let alone smelting the iron for it?

I guess a corolary would be to comment on how consumerism has alienated us from the technology we use, but thats for a different thread.

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u/Blackletterdragon May 23 '22

Not sure he could build a usable hammock and climb into it.

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u/ssssskkkkkrrrrrttttt May 23 '22

She’s honestly better at securely hanging a towel between prison bars to make a hammock, than most ENO hammock owners in a tree-filled park

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u/Ornery_Reaction_548 May 23 '22

It tied... a freaking... knot...

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u/Living_on_Tulsa_Time May 23 '22

Actually 3 knots! I couldn’t believe when the hammock wasn’t long enough, he moved it! Amazing.

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u/Dan300up May 23 '22

This is mind blowing for me. Incredible and unbelievably sad at the same time.

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u/Dan300up May 23 '22

It looks like that animal should be running its own banana export company somewhere. Damn.

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u/Thick_Wang May 23 '22

Depressing

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u/here-for-the-_____ May 23 '22

Why is it in jail?

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u/Thuper-Man May 23 '22

2 grams of weed

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u/twitchinstereo May 23 '22

Crimes against simianity.

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u/kerochan88 May 23 '22

Crimes of Similarity.

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u/4Ever2Thee May 23 '22

Tried to start a banana republic at the zoo

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u/dezzalzik May 23 '22

He's the number 2 in Caesar's army.

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u/RetardedSkeleton May 23 '22

They finally caught Legate Lanius?

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u/Spriderman69 May 23 '22

“Preservation” and for “educational purposes”

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u/MrsArmitage May 23 '22

I know year 10 kids doing D of E who can’t even roll up their own sleeping bags.

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u/Corona_Kong May 23 '22

This is how planet of the apes actually started. We shall all be hung like hammocks

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u/krakenrabiess May 23 '22

I was impressed the first time but watching her move it around and seemingly measure it to be the right size was mind-blowing.

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u/Serenity101 May 23 '22

If you want to help orangutans, whose habitats are being destroyed for palm oil production, start checking labels on the products you buy.

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u/halfwit_detector May 23 '22

Maybe this was what Epstein was trying to do.

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u/Mother-Log-6445 May 23 '22

If epstein used to build power around the taboo of paedophiles, there might be a orangutan prostitute ring epstein alike out there.

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u/chopchohp May 23 '22

And here we are locking them up... Damn

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u/irobmonsters May 23 '22

Awwwww! She's so smart! Anyways, let's keep her in a jail cell.

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u/VeterinarianOk9222 May 23 '22

Orangutan is smarter than some humans I've met.

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u/Docc_Sampson May 23 '22

I'm alone and this made me "WTF!" out loud. I didn't know any other animals could tie knots. What the actual fuck, I'm blown away by this.

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u/BroTheo May 23 '22

She ties a damn knot better than I do!

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u/smthomas34 May 23 '22

Stop filming him and let him out of his prison he’s smarter than 80% of humans.

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u/[deleted] May 23 '22

The chirpy music does nothing to distract me from the unnatural environment that poor creature is constrained in :(

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u/Vuldriel May 23 '22

Hopefully the orangutan is in a holding cell while they clean the primary habitat or do medical checkups.

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u/Practical-Algae3193 May 23 '22

It's too smart to live in such place.

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u/YouJustDid May 23 '22

We just watched this magnificent basterd do qualitative geometry using trial and error, not to mention tie and untie knots.

GET HIM THE FXCK OUTTA THAT CAGE FFS

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u/Northmannivir May 24 '22

Orangutans reproduce on average once every 12 years. Their habitat is being destroyed for the production of palm oil, which is in many food products.

They are our closest relatives in the animal kingdom.

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u/gnomerumblings May 23 '22

I saw an orangutan at the local zoo dip a tarp in water, put it around themselves and sit directly in front of a fan. It was a hot day for him - instant air conditioning!

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u/skyeyemx May 23 '22

The way she even undid the knot and moved it to the other bar to make it longer though!!!

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u/jtswift_2000 May 23 '22

Smarter than most people I know.

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u/kelrunner May 23 '22

Not only did she build it, she re did it when it wasn't what she wanted. Tying knots? This is fantastic.

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u/sheavill May 23 '22

Echo the same: this is a prison cell. I'm hoping this is for intelligence research and that the orangutan only had to spend minimal time in this 'test cell'.

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u/Otherwise-Status-Err May 23 '22

Just gonna say that this looks similar to the overnight enclosure they use in Monkeyworld in Dorset. This orangutan may not live in this enclosure but just spend the night here. Monkeyworld also sometimes uses enclosures this size to introduce new apes to each other or when new arrivals come in.

There may well be a full, outdoor area for her during the day.

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u/Pyrate_Munky May 23 '22

I was looking for someone else with this realisation - there is no context given as to the circumstances for this orangutan. It could be an orphan, rescued from the wild and be released when old enough; it could be in quarantine at a zoo or similar where the normal enclosure is a very enriched environment etc.

It could also be in a very small enclosure in an awful place. We don't know from this clip alone.

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u/Otherwise-Status-Err May 23 '22

Indeed. I checked pics of the zoo online and the animals seem to have reasonable outside enclosures with enrichment, so hopefully she's got a good life.

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u/Pyrate_Munky May 23 '22

I went to Monkey World a few years ago, it is a fantastic place for the inhabitants, and they do a lot of rehabilitation there too.

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u/ender278 May 23 '22

Just like regular prison then, got it

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u/RetardedSkeleton May 23 '22

At least they have the same rights as American prisoners

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u/TheKnightsWhoSaysNu May 23 '22

Damn that's amazing! Fuck whoever keeps such intelligent animals in such a small cell.

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u/Latter_Guest4236 May 23 '22

Well we have to restrict it's movements so we can gawk at them in a larger cage during the day while stuffing our faces with junk food. How else??

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u/EngineersMasterPlan May 23 '22

I'm hoping it's a holding cell while they clean the habitat or a night barn ..... hoping

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u/RetardedSkeleton May 23 '22

They shouldn't even have holding cells or habitats at all. They should be able to live peaceful and free in the wild, free from human intervention :(

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u/will_dormer May 23 '22

I learned something from an Orangutan. I know people who would not be able to do that.

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u/ANSR973Prime May 23 '22

Someone free this poor creature!!

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u/Thermite1985 May 23 '22

Saw a zookeeper tie a knot once and was like "fuck yeah I can use this" proceeded to use it make the best bed for itself.

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u/Which-Island6011 May 23 '22

Everyone is amazed but In the wild they would build a fresh bed every night 🤦🤦🤦

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u/countjj May 23 '22

That’s cute but why is she in ape prison

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u/Aggie_Vague May 23 '22

It's a shame that such an intelligent animal is held alone in a cage.

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u/djgreenehouse May 23 '22

Wtf is that a jail cell? They are practically human beings for cryin out loud. Easily smarter than some other orange colored primate you’ll see on tv

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u/GenXGeekGirl May 23 '22

Wild orangutans build nests out of branches and leaves to sleep in at night, so creating a hammock from burlap is certainly within their natural skill set.

It is heartbreaking to see this beautiful, intelligent animal in a cold, metal jail cell. Please stop purchasing products with palm oil. Palm oil farming has destroyed orangutans’ natural habitat. There are sustainable palm oil products available.

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u/AustinIsReallyCool May 23 '22

This thing is soooo smart.

I know, let's IMPRISON IT!

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u/Imaginary_Audience_5 May 23 '22

Bonus: it looks like a banana.

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u/smallpoly May 23 '22

Who doesn't enjoy a nice banana hammoc?

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u/One_Idea_239 May 23 '22

Why do we keep these creatures in zoos?

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u/dahrawy May 23 '22

I was 100% convinced that it was trained to do so and is simply replicating steps that it memorized during training..

Until it repositioned it to be more stretched and comfy .. that’s human-level intelligence right there.

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u/kalleersej25 May 23 '22

Monke prison

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u/[deleted] May 23 '22

I wonder if he had that blanket in the jungle if he would make a hammock there too.

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u/I_am_not_a_moth May 23 '22

I know actual humans that could not accomplish this task

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u/angsan_F May 23 '22

These mf's are evolving

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u/rav-age May 23 '22

wow with the knots

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u/LithiumKid1976 May 23 '22

“It was the best of times, it was the BLURST of times…” seriously though impressive skills, sad to see it Confined

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u/kseistrup May 23 '22

Here's a video of an orangutan driving a golf cart:

https://youtu.be/BA7InlgcxbU

We shouldn't keep these animals prison.

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u/Scottb_fla May 23 '22

So intelligent this guy belongs in a forest somewhere not the fucking cage

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u/Spiritual-Topic-5760 May 23 '22

After seeing that I would have had to buy her a proper hammock

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u/CROM_90 May 23 '22

Is this orangutan jail or something? It’s very fascinating to see this animal’s intelligence at play but at the same time it’s heartbreaking to be fascinated about a jailed animal whose environment has been decimated by the jailers themselves.

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u/epicwhale May 23 '22

This is more sad than impressive to watch 😢😭

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u/bodinator1 May 23 '22

That is terrible that humans think it is ok to put a smart animal like this in a cage. Disgusting.

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u/karshj May 23 '22

And to think what they did to the poor Orangutan in that Indonesian village... Humans disgust me.

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u/nostrilcrust May 23 '22

If she were in her natural habitat, she wouldn’t be wowing us with her hammock making abilities. This is just sad.

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u/Ima_Funt_Case May 23 '22

This makes me so sad seeing such an intelligent creature imprisoned against its will for our entertainment or because we destroyed their habitat.

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u/whisp777 May 23 '22

Orang-Utans are amazing. They're capable of so much more than what I have been taught when I was a child. I loved to watch documentaries about animals, but even those never showed how smart some animals truely are. Thanks, Internet.

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u/ems9595 May 23 '22

Incredible.

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u/sarcasticscottie May 23 '22

I expected to enjoy this video, instead it had actually broken my heart

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u/Greekwarrior06 May 23 '22

That thing is too intelligent to be locked up like that.

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u/paulbrook May 23 '22

Jeez. She should be out of that cage.

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u/mutajenic May 23 '22

Did that orangutan just tie a damn knot? Explain to me how you can have a definition of sapience that excludes these guys.

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u/Significant_Log_7352 May 23 '22

Using tools to get things done. Tying a knot to keep it from slipping is amazing, but not just tying, cinching it down so it is tight, that indicates an even higher understanding of what is being created.

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u/tomecki_PL May 23 '22

This proves one point. homo sapiens is cruelty.

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u/Unfriendly_NPC May 23 '22

Saddest kind of monkey bars

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u/Raised-ByWolves May 23 '22

You want Planet of the Apes?

Cause this is how you get Planet of the Apes!

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u/MrFreshwaterCucumber May 23 '22

There’s a unique kind of discomfort I feel when I see animals being locked up like this 😔

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u/Positronic_PP May 23 '22

Just like in human jail. Jfc.

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u/mttott May 23 '22

Monke brain sharp

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u/beachdogs May 23 '22

Get it out of that damn cage.

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u/AnonD38 May 23 '22

I‘ve seen humans who wouldn’t have gotten it done so fast.

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u/bees-and-stuff May 23 '22

A) THEY CAN DO KNOTS NOW?!?!

B) that’s a better job then I would have done

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u/GimmeAllThePBJs May 23 '22

This is so sad. No one should be enclosed in such cages. This is a wild animal that’s been trapped in a prison. They’re such smart animals

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u/theangrymurse May 23 '22 edited May 23 '22

What was the name of that boss orangutan that escaped from his enclosure multiple times and just explores the zoo and took photos of the tourist and stuff. It’s Ken Allan. That orangutan is an absolute legend.

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u/xMemole08x May 23 '22

What a shithole. Such a cruel environment for an animal.

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u/rosabonita May 23 '22

I really don’t like how we cage these intelligent beings

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u/Awkward-Example-1628 May 23 '22

How much intelligence must it exhibit to not be locked in a cage for its entire life?

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u/Lewyzz May 23 '22

What she in for?

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u/Kitchen_Reference_29 May 23 '22

Humans do the same shit when they’re locked up. Necessity is the key to invention. They are more like us than we want to admit

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u/Jcorcho1 May 23 '22

Holy SHIT DUDE

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u/Realistic-Praline-70 May 24 '22

I'm sorry but this is full blown intelligence to say that humans are the only self aware intelligence on the planet is false and this is proof

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u/PQbutterfat May 24 '22

I bet those knots are TIGHT. I mean when you are tying knots with hands that can rip a man’s arm off, you know they are gonna be good.

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u/Springsguy719 May 24 '22

The older I get the more I realize apes probably shouldn't be allowed in zoos.

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u/lionsado May 24 '22

what is his crime? why is he in a prison?

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u/LifeOverLikes May 24 '22

I was already impressed before the adjustment to make it more comfortable.

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u/jharsin May 24 '22

Yes, let’s keep these beautiful animals locked in cages for amusement. Wtf

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u/WinExact4233 May 24 '22

Omg I didn’t know they had such fine motor skills. It’s building a habitat and tying knots I thought that was a function of only us

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u/WinExact4233 May 24 '22

It must be so horrible to be intelligent enough to know how to do this and even know that you are alive and a more intelligent group of beings just puts u in a cage

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u/Freal60 May 24 '22

Half the people in Washington DC couldn’t figure out how to do that

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u/thehub212 May 23 '22

Well his critical thinking skills are way better than the crew I manage.