A little Sumatran orangutan born at Sedgwick County Zoo hiccups in the arms of her keeper…
Isn’t she just adorable? The hiccups are one of many examples of how orangutans are similar to humans.
WATCH THE HICCUPS ABOVE, AND SOME MORE FOOTAGE OF THE ADORABLE BABY BELOW
The baby orangutan was born in September last year via a C-section after her mother encountered complications. Keepers took over her feeding while her mother recovered from the operation.
During feeding times, the zoo keepers wear fleece fringe that feels just like her mom’s fur so that she will know what to cling to when she is returned to her mother.