nded ears, a unique scent, and he walked upright like a human. Oliver wasn't just different physically, but behaviorally as well.
"You could send him on chores. He would take the wheelbarrow and empty the hay and straw from the stalls. And when it was time to feed the dogs, he would get the pans, and mix the dog food for me. I'd get it ready and he'd mix it. This guy, Oliver, he enjoyed sitting down at night and having a drink, and watching television. He'd mix his own. He'd pour a shot of whiskey and put some Seven-Up in there, stir it and drink it,'' Janet Berger recalled.
Trouble came when Oliver reached maturity, he took... nevermind, I know who my readers are, you guys just want to see some fucked up humanzee pictures don't you.