I've never seen orangutans mixed with other species.
I'm surprised. It's quite common.
Indeed it is. Along with gibbons, orangutans of both species can be mixed with tapirs, otters, and other primate species.
It is a relatively new innovation in the United States at least it seems like.
Not many places do it. Oregon Zoo has its orangs mixed with white-cheeked gibbons. San Diego and Fresno have their orangs and siamangs together.
Are there any other zoos in the U.S. that mix their orangs with other species? I am not aware of any.
The mixing of orangs with other species is much more common in European zoos but there are a number of USA zoos that have in the recent past or even at this very moment contain mixed-species exhibits featuring orangutans.
The first 7 zoos on this list have orangs with a species of gibbon:
Orangs with turtles:
Houston (with Malaysian Giant Turtles and Yellow-Headed Temple Turtles)
Depending on the rotation, Louisville occasionally has fruit bats with them, at least while I lived there.
The only way I could see that happening is if there were bats in the indoor Day Room, however, fruit bats can only be found in the early part of the Pavilion building.
I thought the orangutans could rotate into that exhibit. My apologies if not, it's been quite a while.
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