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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

SMALL ‘ENEMY’, BIG BITE!

Orangutans share 97% of the same DNA as us, and often display behaviours similar to that of humans: they socialise and even share in our common ‘enemies’. These behaviours are particularly evident in groups of orangutans, like our Forest School group

FOREST SCHOOL

A MUDDY MEMORY

Being a part of the BOS Foundation team certainly has it challenges. However, our dedicated surrogate mothers end every long, muddy, and sweaty day with new, fond memories of orangutan antics. As Dessi recollected last year, working at the Nyaru Men

FOREST SCHOOL

THE LATEST FROM OUR REHABILITATION CENTRES

Two weeks ago, the BOS Foundation closed both of its orangutan rehabilitation centres to the public due to the current global pandemic. Behind the closed gates, however, rehabilitation activities are still running, albeit with several additions to...

FOREST SCHOOL

RACHEL, A MODEL FOREST FOREST SCHOOL STUDENT

On 23 December, 2017, a 2-year-old baby orangutan arrived at the BOS Foundation’s Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre. The small, frightened baby girl, whom we later named Rachel, was handed over in a wooden box by a local resident. 

FOREST SCHOOL

GRETA LEARNS THE ROPES 

At the beginning of March, the BOS Foundation requested help from our global supporters in naming a 6-month-old baby orangutan who had recently arrived at the Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre. We were delighted with the response!...

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