Orangutan Learns How To Wash Hands, Clean Surroundings, And Water Plants With Dirty Water

Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, people are washing their hands more often just to make sure they do not catch the coronavirus.

If you think humans are the only ones that are washing their hands, then you’re wrong.

Sandra, an incredibly smart 34-year-old Orangutan, has learned to wash her hands after she saw her caretaker do the same thing.

Sandra, who was born at the Rostock Zoologischer Garten in Germany back in 1986, moved to the Buenos Aires Zoo in Argentina when she was just 8.

Sandra spent most of her life in Argentina with Max, a male orangutan.

After the Buenos Aires Zoo closed down, Sandra was transferred to the Center for Great Apes in Florida.

During her time at the zoo in Florida, she saw her caretaker washing her hands frequently, so upon noticing, Sandra started to do the same.

Not only that, Sandra learned how to clean her surroundings and even used dirty water to water the plants.

It looks like some humans need to learn some lessons from Sandra!

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