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30 Jul
A baby Sumatran orangutan clings to its mother Tana at Israel's Ramat Gan Safari Park zoo. The baby was born on the 10th of July, 11 years after its father Rachamim.
18 Dec 2020
Two critically endangered Sumatran orangutans are flying back to Indonesia, years after they were illegally smuggled into Thailand.
22 Dec 2019
Conservation authorities in Bali roll out a big fruit plate for fuzzy haired Bon Bon as he gets set to be transported to a conservation centre in Sumatra -- one of just two places where the critically endangered species is found in the wild. The baby orangutan was drugged by a Russian trafficker in a failed bid to smuggle it out of Bali.
28 Sep 2019
Sandra, an orangutan recognized by a court as a "nonhuman person," with sentience and rights, is beginning a new life. She had languished in Buenos Aires, shuffling about alone in a concrete enclosure.
8 Jun 2018
An Orangutan looks very confused when its home was bulldozed. This video was recorded in Indonesia 2013 during the land clearing for plantations. The International Animal Rescue activists try to sedate the Orangutan in order to bring it to a protected area.
13 Mar 2018
Orangutan takes a drag after visitor tosses lit cigarette towards its enclosure.

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