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An ape sits on the 'play furniture' at the Detroit Zoological Institute

Furniture for the great apes in the Holden Amphitheater and Great Ape House at the Detroit Zoological Institute.

Fredericks studied the orangutans, gibbons and chimpanzees at the zoo for months to determine their needs, selecting fiberglass and stainless steel for hygienic reasons and bright colors that the apes seemed to like.

Note: The…

An orangutan sits on the 'play furniture' at the Detroit Zoological Institute

Furniture for the great apes in the Holden Amphitheater and Great Ape House at the Detroit Zoological Institute.

Fredericks studied the orangutans, gibbons and chimpanzees at the zoo for months to determine their needs, selecting fiberglass and stainless steel for hygienic reasons and bright colors that the apes seemed to like.

Note: The…

A chimpanzee plays on the furniture at the Detroit Zoological Institute

Furniture for the great apes in the Holden Amphitheater and Great Ape House at the Detroit Zoological Institute.

Fredericks studied the orangutans, gibbons and chimpanzees at the zoo for months to determine their needs, selecting fiberglass and stainless steel for hygienic reasons and bright colors that the apes seemed to like.

Note: The…

An orangutan plays on the furniture at the Detroit Institute Zoological

Furniture for the great apes in the Holden Amphitheater and Great Ape House at the Detroit Zoological Institute.

Fredericks studied the orangutans, gibbons and chimpanzees at the zoo for months to determine their needs, selecting fiberglass and stainless steel for hygienic reasons and bright colors that the apes seemed to like.

Note: The…

'Play furniture' for the great apes at the Detroit Zoological Institute

Furniture for the great apes in the Holden Amphitheater and Great Ape House at the Detroit Zoological Institute.

Fredericks studied the orangutans, gibbons and chimpanzees at the zoo for months to determine their needs, selecting fiberglass and stainless steel for hygienic reasons and bright colors that the apes seemed to like.

Note: The…

Sleeping pallet for the great apes at the Detroit Zoological Institute

Furniture for the great apes in the Holden Amphitheater and Great Ape House at the Detroit Zoological Institute.

Fredericks studied the orangutans, gibbons and chimpanzees at the zoo for months to determine their needs, selecting fiberglass and stainless steel for hygienic reasons and bright colors that the apes seemed to like.

Note: The…

Multi-colored 'play furniture' for the great apes at the Detroit Zoological Institute

Furniture for the great apes in the Holden Amphitheater and Great Ape House at the Detroit Zoological Institute.

Fredericks studied the orangutans, gibbons and chimpanzees at the zoo for months to determine their needs, selecting fiberglass and stainless steel for hygienic reasons and bright colors that the apes seemed to like.

Note: The…

A baby gorilla climbs on the spring exercising ladder in the Great Ape House at the Detroit Zoological Institute

Furniture for the great apes in the Holden Amphitheater and Great Ape House at the Detroit Zoological Institute.

Fredericks studied the orangutans, gibbons and chimpanzees at the zoo for months to determine their needs, selecting fiberglass and stainless steel for hygienic reasons and bright colors that the apes seemed to like.

Note: The…

A baby gorilla plays on the spring exercising ladder in the Great Ape House at the Detroit Zoological Institute

Furniture for the great apes in the Holden Amphitheater and Great Ape House at the Detroit Zoological Institute.

Fredericks studied the orangutans, gibbons and chimpanzees at the zoo for months to determine their needs, selecting fiberglass and stainless steel for hygienic reasons and bright colors that the apes seemed to like.

Note: The…

An orangutan enjoys the furniture in the Great Ape House at the Detroit Zoological Institute

Furniture for the great apes in the Holden Amphitheater and Great Ape House at the Detroit Zoological Institute.

Fredericks studied the orangutans, gibbons and chimpanzees at the zoo for months to determine their needs, selecting fiberglass and stainless steel for hygienic reasons and bright colors that the apes seemed to like.

Note: The…