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Jersey hospital consultant treats orangutan

10 July 2013 Last updated at 18:40 BST

Neil MacLachlan has had a helping hand in the births of hundreds of babies in his day job is a consultant at Jersey's General hospital.

He has also been using his medical expertise to help with the births of two orangutans at Durrell's Wildlife Park.

He previously delivered a baby orangutan by caesarean section in 2004, which he described as the "greatest day of my life".

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