For Jeni that’s all a distant dream of the future. In the meantime, the active little ape obviously enjoys school life. In the morning when the pre-schoolers are picked up from the baby house, Jeni is always raring to go. With her friend Alexander, she eagerly climbs into the wheelbarrow the orangutan babysitters use to take their charges to the Forest School.
Of course she loves climbing trees most of all. Although she is only two years old, she has already mastered this very important skill. Her talents are clearly demonstrated way up high in the crowns of the rainforest trees. Jeni often sets the pace in the group as she climbs the tallest trees, completely without fear. She’s already capable of climbing five meters high. Without hesitating, Alexander always follows her lead and then the two of them roost like chickens on a perch in the treetops. That’s very unusual behavior for such young apes.
With the financial support from our company, Jeni gets the best possible chance to return home to freedom one day. Good luck to you, little orangutan!