Orangutans often seem incredibly human-like -- especially when they're wearing a human's clothes.
One curious orangutan mom and her baby wandered onto the porch of a park ranger who wasn't home in Tanjung Putting National Park in Borneo, where she stumbled upon the ranger's T-shirt lying on the ground. In a move that is evidence of the animal's incredible intelligence, she quickly put the shirt on over her head. She then had to complete the outfit and -- a stroke of luck -- there was a pair of boots nearby. She took out the ranger's socks before realizing that the boots weren't her size.
The amazing footage was captured by wildlife photographer, David Jenkins, who noticed the orangutan checking out the hut. "
I have no idea how the orangutan acquired this skill but it was probably from observing the park rangers in the the morning as they get dressed," Jenkins told Express. "Orangutans are very intelligent, curious and playful animals and this is a great example of how they have an incredible ability to learn new skills." The orangutan and her baby returned back into the jungle after the episode, leaving the clothes behind (maybe they weren't her style).
Other orangutans have exhibited astounding mimicking abilities, like this one who learned to wash clothes: