Help children to learn the value of kindness, friendship, and showing support. Three is not a crowd when it comes to good friends, and these three orangutan babies cling to each other for security. They are orphans at the OFI Care Center in Kalimantan Indonesia ( the island of Borneo. They had just finished eating the fresh oranges we bring each day, and the little male on the left still has a mouthful of pulp. The baby on the right is finishing chewing an orange as well. The one in the middle is making soft chirping noises.The artist is an active member of O.F.I.donates 100% of her profits on this item to the OFI Care Center where these babies and hundreds of other orphans live until they are old enough to be released into the wild.
They're just adorable. The one on the left reminds me of when we were kids and we'd put some orange peel in our mouths to look as if we had a whole orange in our mouths. All three are just precious! 5*s
This one must go into my favorites!
THis must be one of the most precious pictures I've seen in my life!! It brings me close to tears......it has so much emotion into it, dear Rebecca.....I just love love the way the orangutan youngsters are embracing each other in the photo!!
The little male on the end with the moutful of oranges is Joel, and sometimes he's not quite as sharp as the other kids in the kindergarten area. But he has a heart of gold and needed lots of fresh oranges that day to help him fight a runny nose.
I'm sure this super special picture touches everyone's HEART, Rebecca!! Adding to my FAVvvvvv!! Wooohooo, this is truly a Kodak moment!!! (Thank U sooooo much again for your kind congrats, dear Rebecca~!)
The little baby on the left had a cold, and you can faintly make out his little runny nose :-) He gobbles lots of fresh oranges on the day I took this picture and all the vitamin C helped. He seemed better the next day.