There is a rare thing in this story, a real exception.
A mother’s love is irreplaceable. In the animal world, mothers have the most important role to give generations and take care of them.
Most mothers do not leave their newborns to starve, and very rarely refuse babies.
So when a young animal’s mother dies, it’s a tragedy. Without a mother to take care of them, these animals are abandoned and only humans can help them survive.
But in this story, we see a rare thing, an exception.
It is well known that male orangutans do not participate in the upbringing of their children. But sometimes life forces them to play the role of a mother.
A young orangutan recently lost his mother. It seemed that the father would not take care of the newborn girl. But Berani turned out to be the best father.
Sera is so lucky to have Berani by her side. This orangutan takes care of her cub just like her mother. He hugs her, comforts the girl, and cuddles her when she sleeps.
Sadly, Sera’s mother passed away very unexpectedly at the age of 32. Denver Zoo was immediately ready to take care of baby Sera, but her dad surprised the workers with his special devotion to raising children. Kera is a happy girl!
It turns out that Berani was a good father to another orangutan named Hastie. Although Hastie was not Berani’s biological daughter, the male orangutan always took care of the girl as if it were his own.
This very kind story makes us believe in the beauty of parenting.