Many animals are better than humans in loving and caring for one another. It’s no secret that critics from different races can get along well and form incredibly strong friendships, and this beautiful story is a wonderful example here. This is proof that love does not know size or shape at all.
It all started in 2017 when the crew of Pairi Daiza (a privately owned zoo and botanical garden located in Brugelette, Belgium) ran the Otters River through the circle of an Orangutan family who had just returned from Germany to their zoo. Moved, and to the zoo. ‘Surprisingly, her beautiful blonde fast opened.
According to zoo spokesman Matthew Guidfroy, otters often float around to meet their older friends. And although he likes to hang out with father Ajian (24) and mother Sari (15), his son Berani (4) is still his favorite companion.
“Otters hide under the trunks of large trees or wooden structures, then Berani, Baby Orangutan, comes looking for them. Once more, they go out to tease him. It’s really amazing to see,” said Guidfroye. Told Bor Panda.
The spokesperson also said that Peridiza has always wanted to improve the quality of life of every creature in the zoo and allowing them to interact with other animals is one of their top priorities.
“Our guerrilla colobus lives with monkeys, our penguins live with seals, our kangaroos live with pelicans, we have squirrels with bats, pygmies with hippo pelicans, giraffes with ostriches. “Asian elephants with Asian gazelles, with buffalos, and so on,” he said.
In another interview with Caters News, Godefroy emphasized that the Pairi Daiza zoo has always tried its best to make sure that the best care for their dear friends is possible. In fact, the zoo has already raised funds to plant 11,000 trees in Borneo to provide a better living environment for orangutans.
“Two factors are very important for the well-being of an animal in captivity: the size of its wall, but also the quality of its wall,” he said. This means that an animal – and this is the case with orangutans, with which humans make up 97% of their DNA – to be entertained, occupied, challenged, and mentally, emotionally, and physically engaged at all times. Should.”