Apes Using iPads To Communicate With One Another

Chris CrumIT Management

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It’s true. Apes are using iPads, and word is that they could end up video calling one another between different zoos.

Just look:

Oops. I mean:

These come from a project at the Milwaukee Zoo. According to a BBC interview with conservationist Richard Zimmerman, the orangutans could soon be video-calling their friends at other zoos.

At RedApes.org, where the videos were embedded, there is also a photo gallery o “Long-time Orangutan Outreach friend and supporter Scott Engel doing his part to make the Planet of the Apes a reality...”

I happened to stumble across this one on YouTube as well:

At RedApes.org, they’re currently accepting donations for the iPad project. They’ll take your “gently used” iPads. Something to consider for all you iPad owners planning on getting the iPad 3 when it comes out.

It probably wouldn’t hurt to get on the apes’ good side now while there’s still a chance.

Chris Crum
Chris Crum has been a part of the WebProNews team and the iEntry Network of B2B Publications since 2003. Follow Chris on Twitter, on StumbleUpon, on Pinterest and/or on Google: +Chris Crum.