An orangutan famous for puffing on cigarettes gave birth this week at an Indonesian zoo, an official said on Friday, in a rare event giving a boon to the critically endangered species.
Tori, a 15-year-old orangutan famed for smoking since she was five, holds her days-old baby at the zoo in Solo-Central Java, on September 28. The birth was a rare event giving a boon to the critically endangered species.
Tori, 15, gave birth on Wednesday in the central Javanese city of Solo, Taru Jurug Zoo director Lilik Kristanto told AFP.
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