Noldy, an employee at the Tasikoki Wildlife Rescue Center (PPS) in Manado, North Sulawesi, has been taking care of an orphan baby yaki. Every day, Noldy, who’s worked at Tasikoki PPS for 14 years, has to feed milk to the motherless animal.
“This is the first time I’ve taken care of a yaki baby. Usually only adult yaki are brought here,” Noldy tells New Naratif.
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