Baby Orangutan throws as his Mom Drags him away from Playtime in Safari Park!

Even this mom ain’t havin’ any of those antics!🤣

Haven’t we all done it to our [mi.sbeha.ving] kiddos when they deserved it?
People could learn how to raise their children from animals. The animals sometimes do better!
3-year-old orangutan has made headlines for throwing a highly amusing [ta.ntrum] aimed at his mother…at Pairi Daiza safari park in Belgium.

When Berani’s mother, a 16-year-old orangutan named Sari, dragged her son away from a play session in his enclosure at Pairi Daiza, what ensued was a scenario that many parents of young children may find relatable.
Photographer Koen Hartkamp, who caught the hilarious moment on camera.

The tenacious mother didn’t give up, holding her young son by the arm and persisting in relocating him to a different part of the enclosure.
Berani’s [ta.ntrum] was short-lived, though. Photos taken just moments after the young orangutan’s amusing episode show the tot snuggled under a gold-colored blanket and sipping a refreshing drink from the enclosure’s water fountain.

They are so darn smart!

Feisty Berani, his mother, Sari, and his father, Ujian, moved to Pairi Daiza in 2017 from Germany.
The park actively contributes toward Borneo forest restoration projects; such forests are prime habitat for myriad species, including orangutans.

As per Pairi Daiza: Orangutan translates as man of the forest in Malay. The orangutan is a large primate that lives and thrives in the bountiful canopies of rainforests.
Berani, Sari, and Ujian are Sumatran orangutans and may live until around the age of 50 in [ca.pti.vity].

Absolutely hilarious 😂 Mum knows best – No one gets one over their mum!!!

They are extremely intelligent. They are able to employ twigs and branches as tools to extract insects from hard-to-reach crevices or the juicy innards of fruit from their skins. They are also masters of body language, primarily communicating through gesticulation.

Rampant deforestation has rendered the orangutan a critically [en.dang.ered] species. There are only around 7,500 Sumatran orangutans remaining in the wild.
It has never been more important to protect these magnificent creatures.

All parents have these issues 😆🤣

That’s so funny 😂 kids are kids no matter what species they are.

Fabulous -you can just feel her frustration 🫤.Not that far removed from your average mum trying to drag a toddler away from the toy section in the supermarket!
Even the animals know that there has to be [consequences] for actions!

That is evolution in its rawest form! Human children and parents do the same thing! This is priceless!
All of we moms out there have felt like doing that at some time.

See , animals know how to discipline their children!!! 

His facial expression when his mom is dragging him is priceless! 


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