The world’s oldest orangutan said goodbye to the world! Death due to this disease in 45 years

Rudi Valentino, the world’s oldest orangutan, is no more. Recently this male orangutan died in North America. Its age was 45 years. Its birthday was also celebrated in early December. The orangutan was suffering from a heart ailment and for this he was also being given medicines. Even before death it looked very normal and there was no indication that the orangutan had been a guest for only a few hours.

Rudi Valentino, the oldest living orangutan, has left the world. Reuters’s Report According to the zoo, the people who took care of this orangutan said that before dying, he also asked for cookies to eat as usual. Then after some time he went to sleep. Then when his caregivers went to him, he was not alive. A female orangutan companion, Callie, was also with him in the zoo, who is 42 years old.
Rudy was born on December 8, 1977, to Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville, Texas. The next year, he was brought to the Zoo in Houston. On December 19, Rudy breathed his last at the Houston Zoo. It was one of the old animals living in this zoo. It is said about orangutans that their age can be from 30 to 40 years. These orangutans are found only in the Southeast Asian islands of Borneo and Sumatra.

There is also a 50-year-old female orangutan in Houston’s zoo, which is called Cheyne. It is said about orangutans that heart disease is often found in them. This disease is more common in male orangutans.

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