Annotations for Suryia Swims! : The True Story of How an Orangutan Learned to Swim

Baker & Taylor
Although orangutans are not supposed to like water, Suryia, an orangutan living at a wildlife preserve in South Carolina, plays with her doggie best friend, Roscoe, in the bathtub and learns to swim and dive in the pool. A follow-up to Suryia and Roscoe: The True Story of an Unlikely Friendship.

McMillan Palgrave
Suryia is not your average orangutan. In the first book about him, Suryia and Roscoe, Suryia found an unusual best friend: a dog named Roscoe. Now Suryia jumps into an unusual new hobby: swimming!
Orangutans don't swim; it doesn't come naturally to them. But Suryia shows that adventures await those who are willing to try something new.
Set on a preserve for endangered animals, The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species (T.I.G.E.R.S.), here is another true tale of an original orangutan--the first ever known to swim!