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KOPRAL: HEALING MORE EVERYDAY

KOPRAL: HEALING MORE EVERYDAY

Kopral has been receiving treatment at the clinic since April 2023 due to wounds on the sole of his right foot and fungus between his toes. However, due to the renovations and expansion of the orangutan clinic, the treatment cage area has become exposed. On June 7th,...
MEMA EARNS A PROMOTION!

MEMA EARNS A PROMOTION!

Orangutans and humans grow two sets of teeth during their lifetime: a set of 20 baby teeth, and a set of 32 adult teeth that replace the baby set when they fall out. Tooth placement is also the same in both orangutans and humans, with incisors, canines, and molars...
A NEW FACE COMING TO FOREST SCHOOL

A NEW FACE COMING TO FOREST SCHOOL

The BOS Foundation’s Samboja Lestari Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, in collaboration with the Conservation Section of the Regional Natural Resources Conservation Agency (BKSDA SKW II) in Tenggarong, has once again rescued a juvenile orangutan. Dr. Agnes...
ORANGUTAN RESCUE IN SEI GOHONG

ORANGUTAN RESCUE IN SEI GOHONG

On 9 September, a resident of Sei Gohong village reported that a wild orangutan had approached the outskirts of the village area. A male orangutan was sighted close to the village, with residents attempting to scare it away by shouting and preventing it from entering...
CLINGY RUMBA

CLINGY RUMBA

In 2022, we took in several young, orphaned orangutans at our rehabilitation centres in Nyaru Menteng and Samboja Lestari. Little Rumba was one of them. Rumba was less than 12 months old when she arrived at the Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in Central...