WATCH: Video of baby orangutan from Louisville Zoo Curious orangutan examines baby

In recent news, a viral video surfaced of a curious orangutan at the Louisville Zoo tenderly asking to look at a visitor’s newborn baby. The viral video melted everyone’s hearts and left the internet in an Aw! You must read the entire article and follow us to get all the ideas. Continue reading for more details.

Video of baby orangutan from Louisville Zoo

The Kentucky Zoo said the orangutan named Amber is known for her playful personality and often points out things about visitors. Recently, an orangutan at the Louisville Zoo went viral after sharing a special moment with a newborn baby. Social media users later identified the orangutan, Amber, 35, who was recorded gesturing to a three-month-old baby through the glass of her zoo exhibit. Someone on the video was heard saying “There’s the baby” as the boy’s mother brings the baby closer to the glass partition between the primate and zoo visitors.

In the video clip, Amber walks up to the glass to look at the baby, who is wearing a gray onesie, and gives the boy a sweet smile as she looks at them. The moment won the hearts of many who were there. They were seen muttering their Awwss! The baby’s mother reportedly told PKB News that the orangutan shared another beautiful moment with the child when she kissed the glass twice as they brought the child closer. This isn’t the first time Amber has asked to take a closer look at a little visitor at the zoo. In a different video, posted by Shalena Hittle earlier this month, the curious orangutan points to Hittle’s newborn baby swaddled in a blue blanket.

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Louisville Zoo Orangutan Baby

In the video, Hittle’s husband holds the sleeping baby close to the glass and Amber leans her head to the window to get a better look. After looking at the baby’s face, the orangutan points to the child’s feet and head while she calmly watches him through the window. The orangutan asked to see the 2-week-old baby. According to the zoo’s website, Amber was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, on October 15, 1987, and moved to the Louisville Zoo with orangutan companion Teak in 1996. The zoo said she is known for her playful and cute personality and for pointing out things about visitors in a fun way.

Louisville Zoo Orangutan Baby

Orangutans rely more on facial expressions and body language to converse, according to the Smithosnian National Institute of Biology and Conservatory. Animals can be very social and lively and show social tolerance. Thanks for being a patient reader.

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