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Ranger Rick, the award winning children's magazine of the National Wildlife Federation, is featuring a story on a jungle school for orphaned baby orangutans. Rescued orphans brought to the Orangutan Care Center in Borneo are cared for and taught jungle skills by surrogate mothers. It can be just as challenging, if not more so, to get baby orangutans into the bath. Afterwards they are towel dried, cuddled and given bananas as a treat to make it a pleasant experience. This two-year old seems to be enjoying both its towel and banana. See the whole story in the June issue of Ranger Rick available on newstands at the end of May.