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December 08, 2012
The eye movements of the captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" is monitored on a computer screen...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The eye movements of the captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" is monitored on a computer screen...
The eye movements of the captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" is monitored on a computer screen at Malaysia's National Zoo in Kuala Lumpur December 8, 2012. A team from the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, led by neuroscientist Dr Neil Mennie, is studying the eye movements of the seven year old orangutan in the last 18 months to explain some of the mysteries of the visual brain and improve the lives of captive bred animals, as reported in a news release. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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