Sumatran orangutan cradling her newborn baby will melt your heart
rLaunched in 1931, Chester Zoo in the UK is one of the most popular wildlife captives in the world. Authorities often share several funny and adorable animal videos on their Instagram account. Recently, the zoo uploaded a heartwarming video of a Sumatran orangutan mother and her newborn baby. The clip simply portrays the bond of love shared between a mother and her child. It featured the mother orangutan gently cradling her baby. The Chester Zoo has indicated that the mother orangutan’s name is Emma.
Through the legend, zoo authorities informed that there are only 14,000 Sumatran orangutan monkeys left in the wild. They wrote: “With only 14,000 in the wild, these monkeys are critically endangered, which makes the arrival of this little one incredibly special.” The incredible video was shared on July 7 and has garnered over 25,000 views. People flooded the comments section of the post with love-filled comments. Most of the users of the photo and video sharing platform were impressed with the video. “Amazing mom,” one user wrote, while another called the video “precious”. “They are so beautiful, mum looks so proud,” wrote a third.
Some people were eager to visit Chester and meet the newly born orangutan. One of the users thanked the zoo for making it a safe and comfortable place for orangutans.
Earlier, the zoo shared a video of a mother vixen and her triplets. The video montage captured several moments, including when the triplets first came out of their lair. The clip also showed the baby foxes playing outside for the first time and their first snack on solid food.
In the caption, Chester Zoo informed that their British environmentalists had discovered that a “fabulous family of foxes lived in their zoo”.
The special footage showing rare sites has received over 80,000 views. If you are not lucky enough to visit Chester Zoo then their Instagram timeline will make your day. The zoo’s official Instagram account is inundated with similar videos.
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