Though a “wheelbarrow full of orangutans” might sound like a page from children’s pop-up book or flashcard, in Indonesia, it actually exists. Rolling around at the International Animal Rescue Centre in Indonesia are about 80 orangutans, most of which were rescued from captivity. The animals are brought there to learn survival skills that will help them excel when they are reintroduced back into the wild. The trouble is, a lot of the young orangutans are too lazy to walk to their daily activities. Thus, the workers at the centre are forced to wheel them to and fro in big piles. We’re not complaining though. In fact, it would be awesome to be behind the wheel of this little troupe.