By Sonia Rach For Mailonline and Reuters
Published: 10:15 BST, 13 September 2017 | Updated: 12:31 BST, 14 September 2017
Two adorable baby Sumatran orangutans quickly made new friends after being rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand at a wildlife centre on Wednesday.
The video portrays them as far from shy as as they were let out of their cage at Khao Prathap Chang Wildlife Sanctuary and began to rub noses with another pair of baby orangutans already there. They received a bath before exploring their new surroundings, holding onto each other in the cutest way the whole time.
One cheeky orangutan tried to grab the camera a few times while another climbed up a woman's leg and embraced her in a loving way.
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The two-year-old animals are playing and will live at the centre until a court case is completed
Two baby Sumatran orangutans in a cage after being rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand
Nice and clean: One baby Sumatran orangutan watched intriguingly as his shower was being prepared
Say cheese: An adorable baby orangutan being bathed after arriving at wildlife centre in Ratchaburi province
Best friends: The two orangutans seen to be sharing a moment as they were fed
Time to play: Two baby orangutans play in the wild as they are free from the cage