SALINA, Kan. – Effective immediately, Rolling Hills Zoo's Sumatran orangutan couple, Clyde and Rusa, will be off exhibit while repairs are being made to their dayroom. Because the dayroom provides the only access to the public outdoor exhibit, both orangutans will be kept in their indoor and outdoor private areas.
"We anticipate the repairs should be complete within the next two weeks", said Rolling Hills Assistant Director Kathy Tolbert, "This pair is so popular with the public, we want to get them back on exhibit as soon as possible".
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