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    Peel ‘n Toss: Orangutan Throws Back Peel After Snacking

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    A clean enclosure is a happy enclosure!

    Knowing how to get the most out of humans, this orangutan simply puts his hand whenever he wants a snack. Catching it with one hand, the primate carefully peels the fruit before devouring it.

    Clearly valuing organization, the orangutan then tosses the peel back to the human so he can dispose of it properly. Unfortunately, the human seems to be stingy this time around and refuses to give up his second banana. That's fine with him though, because that just means he can go on about other business!

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