24Feb
2016
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Orangutan uses Blanket to Make a Hammock

We all need a good night’s sleep and a comfortable bed or hammock is essential. Nemo did not have a hammock, so she made one instead.

An orangutan at a zoo in Thailand wasn’t too impressed with her sleeping quarters – so she decided to do something about it.Nemo, who is 14-years-old, was captured on video using a blanket to create a hammock in which she could sleep.She expertly ties the ends of the blanket around the bars of her enclosure, leaving just enough slack to create a comfortable hammock.In the wild, orangutans sleep among the tree tops and make their nests using foliage folded carefully together.

Source: Video: Orangutan uses her blanket to make a hammock to sleep in at night – Telegraph