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Apps for Apes

Forget sign language and finger paints. An orangutan at the Toronto Zoo is about to go WAY higher tech than that. She's next in line for her own iPad. The Apps for Apes programs is the brainchild of an organization called Orangutan Outreach, based in the US Richard Zimmerman is the group's director and he joined Laura Di Battista to talk about what an orangutan could possibly want with an iPad... Listen audio (runs 8:24)

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