The Semenggoh Wildlife Centre once again received an overwhelming news by having a second bundle of joy, a baby orang utan. The Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) announced that the 12-year old mother, Selina showed up at the feeding platform in the afternoon of October 9 with her first offspring. She was last seen on October 2 and she was seen with a male baby clinging onto her.
On September 16, Semenggoh Wildlife Centre has earlier welcomed a new member of a baby orang utan whose mother is Analisa.
With the two new born, Semenggoh Wildlife Centre now has 28 orang utans with 17 were born at the centre.
The centre is open for a visit during the morning from 9am-10 am and afternoon 3pm-3.30pm.