Orangutans and otters living together at this Belgium zoo have become best friends – Metro
If you’re in need of some wholesome animal content to distract you from coronavirus headlines, then we have just the thing.
A family of orangutans have become best friends with a group of otters at a zoo in Belgium.
The unlikely roommates, who live at the Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, often spend their days playing harmoniously together.
The group of Asian small-clawed otters reside in the river that runs through the zoo’s orangutan sanctuary – which is home to father Uijan, mother Sari and their 4-year-old son, Berani.
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