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IN People ON 15 Feb, 2016
Any woman would connect to the stares she gets when she breastfeeds her baby in the public. The glances come most likely from the humans. But For Elizabeth Hunt Burrett, who went to the Melbourne Zoo, nursing her baby, got a stare from an orangutan. She had an amazing breastfeeding experience and as for the bystanders, it was a rather heart touching experience.
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She began breastfeeding her 13-week-old son Eli outside the orangutan closure.
'She came over and gave me a bit of a nod,' Elizabeth said. 'It was absolutely amazing.'
'I felt so proud and I felt she was proud of me.
The other locals and the tourists gathered around Elizabeth and watched what was going on with an awe. I wish i could experience the same.
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