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Nut game

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Photographer: Penny Patterson

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Each morning one of the caregivers will place small tubs in a straight line then place a nut under three of the six. A colored symbol will be placed on the tubs that have nuts. This is a study to find out if the gorillas will eventually turn over only the tubs with a symbol and to make the connection between the symbols and the nuts.

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