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A NEW FRIEND OF THE FAMILY

A NEW FRIEND OF THE FAMILY

Recently, a five-member Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team – consisting of Faldo, Balan, Dandi, Yunus and Welem – set off early into the forest for a day of patrolling. As our team members approached a main transect intersection, they spotted Signe with...
HOW DO ORANGUTANS ‘TALK’?

HOW DO ORANGUTANS ‘TALK’?

Orangutans are semi-solitary primates who spend the majority of their lives alone. However, in some orangutan populations, the females will gather in groups from time to time, especially during the fruiting season, when forest food is abundant. Group activity like...
WHERE ARE YOU, BUMI?

WHERE ARE YOU, BUMI?

It was another happy day at Nyaru Menteng’s Forest School, with the Group 4 students located near the wooden bridge used to access the area on foot. In the space beneath the bridge, where thick vegetation covers the forest floor, curious Bumi found a space to...
AYU, GROWING UP AND BOLD

AYU, GROWING UP AND BOLD

6-year-old Ayu was born in the wild to the rehabilitated orangutans Lesan and Hamzah (presumed), who were both released in the Kehje Sewen Forest a decade ago. Young orangutans at Ayu’s age will slowly begin to separate from their mothers, and we are starting to...
HOW TO MAKE BABY ORANGUTANS 101

HOW TO MAKE BABY ORANGUTANS 101

All living things, including orangutans, have the drive to meet their biological needs: water, oxygen, food, shelter – and the opportunity to reproduce. When it comes to wild orangutans, who live a semi-solitary life, the reproduction process can be pretty...