Monkey A and Monkey B
Monkey A wanders into the clearing and spots the jar under the tree. His nose wrinkles: banana. He scampers to the jar where the smell is overpowering. He sees yellow skin through the jar’s narrow neck, reaches in, grabs and pulls. But the fruit is too big. Puzzled, he pulls harder. The banana stays stuck. He chirps in frustration, pulls with all his might. The banana stays stuck. His chirps becomes angry screeches. He pulls and pulls, his little body whipping around the heavy bottle like a flag in a windstorm. He really really wants this banana. He is still wanting and pulling and screeching when the trapper’s net drops over him.
Monkey B wanders into the same clearing and smells the same banana. He reaches in, grabs, pulls. The banana stays stuck. He pulls harder. The banana stays stuck. Oh well, he shrugs. Can’t be helped. He releases the banana and goes his way, free.