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DK Studies by Adam Works The primates who populate the island of Kong are unlike any other primates on Earth, primarily because they enjoy wearing human clothing but also because they make barrels. What do monkeys and gorillas use barrels for you may ask? They use them as transportation and as a weapon against invading bros, rolling them at any jerks who try to steal their banana hoard.
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