Playful Cinta loves to engage with her peers and babysitters, and will always find ways to surprise them
You'll receive a personalised adoption e-certificate and an annual update.
On the 14th of February 2013, at just 3 months old, Cinta was severely malnourished and frightened when she was found alone by villagers in a newly established palm oil plantation. Until very recently, that area had been lush rain forest and home to many orangutans, but the plantation owners razed the land, very likely killing Cinta's mother and many others in the process.
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Nov 2012 (est.)
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