Gypsy Chan celebrated her birthday by sharing a fruit cake with her grandson
GYPSY Chan, the world’s oldest Bornean orangutan, celebrates turning 62 by monkeying around at a birthday party with her grandson.
The mum of four, who loves copying humans, shared a layered fruit cake with Api, two, at Tama Zoo, Tokyo.
Brit photographer David Williams, 41, said: “She wrapped a vegetable sack round her, and Api was getting messy with cake. It was wonderful.”
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