They lean their heads together, just inches away as they share a special moment with the human infant.
In the wild, orangutans are doting mothers, keeping their babies by their sides until they are up to 10 years old. Even after they gain independence, female orangutans will often come back to visit their mothers until they have children of their own. It's unclear if this orangutan ever had a baby of her own.
This video is a heartwarming reminder of just how much we share with our gentle cousins - but it's also a poignant invitation to rethink how we treat them in the wild and in captivity.