One day an overweight orangutan named Baimah arrived at the Samboja Lestari Rehabilitation Center, previously she was a pet. Although there were no injuries, her weight made it hard to breathe. With the help of our medical team, her obesity was overcome through a healthy diet with proper nutrition. Now, Baimah can happily climb trees, play with friends, and breathe easily, showing the beauty of a healthier life. With your support, she can continue to learn how to survive on her own so she may one day become a candidate to be released back into the wild.
The BOS Foundation's Orangutan Rehabilitation Center in Samboja Lestari received another baby orangutan from the Tenggarong Regional Conservation Section (SKW) II BKSDA on September 14 and handed it over to the rehabilitation center for further improvement. This baby orangutan was handed over by a resident of Kongbeng District, East Kutai Regency. According to the statement, he has kept the orangutan for 1.5 years. The condition of the body is not injured, but the body's obesity makes it a little difficult for this baby orangutan to breathe through the nose.Adopt Baimah
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When you give us the gift your adoption, the funds will be used in general support of our rescue and rehabilitation efforts including medicine, food, equipment, rescue operations, cages and hundreds of other things necessary for the ongoing care of these fabulous animals.Adopt Baimah