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    It would be nice for me to have a baby orang utan living in my house. I mean they are so adorable.

    I know it is a big commitment, the feeding, the diaper changing, playing with them. They latch onto you for protection. They are very similar to human babies.

    I also want my human baby to play with the orang utan.
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    you say you want a "baby orangutan" what would you do with it when it got older? And also they get very big when they are older, if you should get one of our close cousins( evolutionary tree ) you should get an ape or a capuchin.


    Note: they cost a lot of money.
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    you say you want a "baby orangutan" what would you do with it when it got older? And also they get very big when they are older, if you should get one of our close cousins( evolutionary tree ) you should get an ape or a capuchin.


    Note: they cost a lot of money.
    Well I'll look after it until it gets to the age where it can live by itself, usually around 7 years. Baby orang utans are very weak and vulnerable. They need someone to look after them. I think I can do it.
 
 
 
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