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News - June 2012

Anyin the baby orangutan loses her fight for life

27th June 2012

A baby orangutan in the care of IAR's rescue centre in Borneo has tragically died. Anyin was critically ill and the team suspected she had typhoid fever, a human disease which can prove deadly for orangutans.  IAR's team at the centre in Ketapang did everything they could to save Anyin’s life and... read more »

Our team in Indonesia fights to save the life of a baby orangutan - the latest victim of the illegal pet trade

25th June 2012

A new baby orangutan has arrived at IAR's Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in West Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo. The Agency of Natural Resources Conservation (BKSDA) in West Kalimantan rescued the orangutan, named Anyin, from an illegal pet owner and IAR's rescue team brought her to our clinic... read more »

Reception at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia signals support for IAR's orangutan rehabilitation project

22nd June 2012

A reception held at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia on 21 June marked the Indonesian government’s support for International Animal Rescue’s efforts to protect and conserve the Bornean orangutan. The event was held to launch our new orangutan rehabilitation centre which is already under... read more »

Olive's diary: A little white bull

15th June 2012

Taken from IAR's blog, Olive's Diary: Hello dear friends I can only offer my opinion from a canine perspective, but I imagine that most cattle living in the western world of intensive farming might feel envious if they knew how cows and other domestic animals in India are mainly free to roam at... read more »

Primate diaries: Putting our primates back into the wild

13th June 2012

Taken from IAR's blog, Primate Diaries: Vet Sharmini Julita Paramasivam reports on another success story from our Primate Rescue Centre...Yayasan IAR Indonesia (YIARI) functions to rescue, rehabilitate and release to the wild two of the most traded primate species in Indonesian pet markets which... read more »

The BBC's Indian Ocean programme tackles the plight of the Javan slow loris

1st June 2012

The final episode of the BBC’s Indian Ocean series, presented by TV traveller and author Simon Reeve on 3 June, investigates the plight of slow lorises in Indonesia and the work of IAR’s team to rehabilitate animals rescued from the pet trade and return them to their home in the wild. Indian Ocean... read more »

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