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Watch the first moving images of a Tapanuli orangutan mother and her infant.

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“Primates: Episode Two 'Family Matters'“ premieres November 11, 2020, at 8|7c on PBS.

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Watch the first moving images of a Tapanuli orangutan mother and her infant. When the Tapanuli orangutan was named in 2017, it became the newest, and in the same moment, most endangered great ape on Earth.

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