What's more fun than a barrel of puppies?
Philosopher Milton Bradley tells us it's a Barrel of Monkeys.
When it comes down to it, you can't beat the classics.
These juvenile orangutans live at an animal center in Ketapang, West Kalimantan, in the Indonesian part of Borneo. Most of them were pets, taken from their parents while very young.
They're on their way to school, where they'll learn the skills they need to survive in the wild, such as nest building, foraging, climbing and hiding.
Twice a day the 80 orangutans make their way from their dormitory to the forest. Like a lot of kids, they're essentially lazy and don't want to walk so they're transported by wheelbarrows.
The wheelbarrows let the staff move them from their night quarters into the forest much faster than if they had to carry or walk with the Orangutans. They can take as many as 11 in each load.
Some of the orangutans enjoy the ride. Others look apprehensive, but still prefer it to walking.
International Animal Rescue centre, located in Ketapang, West Kalimantan, goes through about 80 wheelbarrows a year. They tend to rust in the humid jungle and the wheels often break on the rough track.
Lis Key, Spokesman for the International Animal Rescue, explains "The wheelbarrows don't last long on the bumpy tracks at the orangutan center and in the Indonesian humidity. So we're constantly appealing for more funds to buy new wheelbarrows. It's no fun pushing a barrow full of primates around with a flat tire, that's for sure."
We're not sure we agree. It looks like it could be more fun than a barrel of monkeys.