This Brilliant Ape Tricked Zookeepers For Weeks

Five of the apes were up in the elm trees next to the elephant enclosure. Being young, limber, and without fear in his younger years, Jerry Stones goes Tarzan style, and climbs up the tree. He takes one of the orangutans by the hand, and leads them all back to their exhibit.

Okay, no worries. No reason to panic. The orangutans are safe again, no one got hurt.

But now the zookeepers were left with a mystery: How the heck did they get out?

Orangutans in Trees
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