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Orangutan's eyes may hold clues to better life (2:34) 

Dec. 17 - A neuroscientist in Malaysia believes he can enrich the lives of primates both in captivity and in the wild by studying the second-by-second eye movements of an orangutan at Malaysia's National Zoo. By understanding how apes' visual brain informs their feeding, locomotion and recreational behaviours, Dr Neil Mennie says zoos can improve their environments. Rob Muir has more. ( Transcript )

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