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This video from the Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rehabilitation Center in Central Kalimantan is too cute! The center helped in three orangutan rescues this year, and now, three baby orangutans are enjoying their time at the center!
Aiko is playful, confident, and a super quick learner! She came to the center at six months old and is already climbing trees, which is great progress for an orangutan her age and with her background. She’s also very attached to her surrogate mother, making sure to always keep her in sight.
Ramangai isn’t quite as confident with climbing as his friend Aiko is; however, he is making progress! He still loves to play on the ground and is equally attached to his surrogate mother.
Onyer is the oldest and has a lot of confidence. Not only does he love to play, climb, and socialize with everyone, but he also enjoys being a little mischievous and playing tricks on others.
Check back in on their YouTube channel to keep up with the orangutans’ progress! It’s too cute – you won’t want to miss it!
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