Usually, orangutan fathers in the wild don’t play a direct role in the upbringing of their children.
Instead, this is left for the mother to do single-handedly, because of this the bond between orangutan mother and child is believed to be the strongest in all of nature.
In fact, orangutan mothers spend more time with their children than any other known mammal, they are very dedicated mothers.
Unfortunately, 2-year-old orangutan Cerah was left all alone after her mum died unexpectedly.
What nobody could’ve predicted was that her father, Berani, stepped up and undertook the unusual job of raising his daughter.
“Cerah couldn’t have asked for a better dad. Berani is so attentive and protective of her, seeing all her needs.”