Miami zoo orangutans use iPads to communicate

in iPad edited January 2014

iPads are everywhere, even in the orangutan cages at Miami's Jungle Island. As reported by Fox News, the Florida zoo is experimenting with iPads and using them to communicate with their apes. The apes are using a graphics-rich app designed to communicate with autistic children. Not surprisingly, it's the younger apes that are most adept at picking up the iPad, while the older ones just ignore it.


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    wshuff4wshuff4 Posts: 47member

    The first message from an orangutan to a zoo visitor:  "Help me, I'm being held against my will!"

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