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OUR LATEST STORIES

We are working hard to protect the Bornean orangutan and its habitat for future generations. Here are some of the ways we've helped develop a world where orangutans and nature thrive.

FOREST SCHOOL

KLAUS, THE PLAYFUL CLIMBER

It is always exhilarating to follow the progress of young orangutans who enter our rehabilitation centre, with each individual living out their own unique story. Klaus is a male orangutan who was rescued by a joint team from the East Kalimantan BKSDA

FOREST SCHOOL

MALIKA AND THE STRANGE NOISE

Each orangutan, much like their human relatives, has their own unique personality. Some are friendly and have a playful character, while others are more serious or aloof and like to be left alone...

FOREST SCHOOL

RACHEL TAKES BRAVE STEPS TOWARDS INDEPENDENCE

Orangutans acquire many important skills throughout the rehabilitation process, as they work to grasp the workings of life in the forest. Orangutans must learn how to identify trees, climb them, and build nests in them, in addition to the very...

FOREST SCHOOL

AN ITCHY WELCOME

For the surrogate mothers at the Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, the moment a young orangutan progresses to a more advanced Forest School group is an occasion to celebrate. This promotion occurs whenever an orangutan fulfils the...

FOREST SCHOOL

LEADER OF THE PACK!

“Yooo! Buah, yooo!”, call out the surrogate mothers every morning at the Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in Central Kalimantan, to get the attention of the young orangutans in their enclosures. The call signals to the orangutans that...

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