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JENI LEARNS SMELL AND TASTE DON’T ALWAYS CORRELATE

JENI LEARNS SMELL AND TASTE DON’T ALWAYS CORRELATE

When many orangutans come down with flu at the same time, our surrogate mothers and veterinarians work together to make a traditional tonic – onion juice mixed with honey! According to our vet, onions can help cure colds, coughs, high fevers, and sore throats,...
A HOME FOR ORANGUTANS IS A HOME FOR ALL WILDLIFE

A HOME FOR ORANGUTANS IS A HOME FOR ALL WILDLIFE

At the end of 2023, our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team met Agus in the jungle once again. He had been released 10 years prior and at that time he has roamed near and far in the Kehje Sewen Forest. In this encounter, the team met Agus around the Pelangsiran transit...
A FRESH START AT LIFE IN THE FOREST

A FRESH START AT LIFE IN THE FOREST

Several orangutans were successfully released from Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre into Bukit Baka Bukit Raya National Park (TNBBBR) at the end of last year. This release was quite challenging as the team brought orangutans to two separate release...
THE FUTURE FOR UNRELEASEABLE ORANGUTANS

THE FUTURE FOR UNRELEASEABLE ORANGUTANS

Unfortunately, not all unreleasable orangutans are as fortunate as Kopral, who can return to the island and live a semi-free life after treatment. Other orangutans, like Pongi, are forced to spend most of their lives in a cage. Pongi is an adult male orangutan who was...
KHEAL’S RESOURCEFULNESS KNOWS NO LIMITS

KHEAL’S RESOURCEFULNESS KNOWS NO LIMITS

In the lush canopy of Badak Kecil Island, amidst the rustling leaves and echoing calls of wildlife, Kheal, a remarkable orangutan, showcases her ingenuity in the face of challenges. As the morning sun cast its golden rays over the feeding platform 6, Kheal was...