Pairi Daiza is a zoo in Brugelette, Belgium, which has recently gone viral after sharing images where orangutans are seen sharing their habitat with a family of adorable otters.
The family of orangutans who live in the Pairi Daiza zoo do not really seek to harm anyone, they only give love. In the family lives Uijan, a 24-hour-old boy, Sari, 15, and their young son named Bernai, who is only three years old. They gave a lovely welcome to a family of otters.
Despite being of different species, these two species got along better than expected, and in one of the images you can see how the little Bernai tries to socialize with the otters by playing with them. Uijan prefers to spend time with otters to show them how nice he is.
The employees of the Pairi Daiza zoo prefer to put together different species since they believe that benefits them, and to be honest, they are right — after all, animals are used to living together in the wild, why not live together in a zoo?
It is known that it is wrong to have animals in a zoo, it is not their home. In fact, zoos keep the wildest animals captive. Therefore, they must provide them with the best conditions for them to feel at home, they must be in an environment where they can feel free with good food, and obviously they must have friends of different species.
Zoo employees keep the orangutans entertained, they can play all day, and they can make new friends of different species.