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With Some Apes to Guide You (Intervales, Brasil)

A cache by a bunch of kiwis looking for an APE Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/24/2016
3.5 out of 5
3 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Let me guess... You're here to find the famous Project A.P.E. cache right? Of course you are. It's the last one left in the world, and it's awesome. Since you got this far, you probably don't need any help finding it, but just in case, here are some helpful apes that would like to give you a guiding hand on your mission.

Well, as helpful as they are, they are also a bit playful and cheeky, so they have disguised their assistance in the form of a fun little puzzle. You need to figure out the coordinates from their clues:

S 24° 1A.BCD W 048° 2E.FGH

Now since these apes have all got together to help you, you need to do something too. To get all the clues - there are 16 of them - you will need either a bunch of friends to all view the cache page at the same time, or you will need to come back and visit the page about every 3 hours (or some combination of both).

The apes will hand out a different clue about every 3 hours, and randomly to different people visiting the cache page. I told you they were a bit cheeky and playful. Watch out for Gary though - he can be a bit grumpy at times too.

Good luck, and have a fun time with the apes!

FTF!!! First to stop monkeying about and just find the cache:
TopFitti & Big Black Dragon

Local cache maintenance by jrintervales, because he rocks!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

I bs gerr

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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