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Break me off a piece of that orangutan hand

Orangutan

Orangutan fingers make for a great mid-afternoon snack. Crunchy on the outside, gooey and bloody in the middle. This little shock PSA is from Greenpeace, which is trying to pressure Nestlé to stop buying cheap palm oil (a key ingredient of Kit-Kat bars) from companies that destroy the rainforests. Whatever you think of this kind of advertising, it does work on one basic level—it suppresses your appetite. Via Osocio.

—Posted by Tim Nudd

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