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News - November 2015

As COP21 gets under way, IAR releases photos and footage of its latest orangutan translocations

30th November 2015

According to Indonesia’s National Space and Aviation Agency (LAPAN), more than 2 million hectares of land have been burnt in the past few months alone, and it is still not known what devastating and perhaps irreparable damage these recent fires have had on Indonesia’s tropical rainforests and... read more »

Baby Orangutan Gito is up for Adoption

25th November 2015

Baby orangutan Gito was left to die in a cardboard box in Borneo, and our latest video shows that he has been transformed beyond recognition by the treatment and care from our team in Indonesia. Gito was filmed at our Rehabilitation Centre in Ketapang, West Borneo. Our vets and carers work round... read more »

IAR's team in Borneo directly translocate Ana, Ina, Mama Novia and her baby Noval

19th November 2015

Our team in Borneo has rescued another four orangutans and translocated them to a safe area of forest. As a result of the forest fires, our Human Orangutan (HOC) team are extremely busy monitoring orangutans in burnt areas of forest. The orangutans are suffering from starvation and malnutrition due... read more »

Mama Anti and baby released into protected forest

10th November 2015

A picture of Mama Anti and her baby being rescued from the fires by IAR's team in Indonesia has captured the media's attention worldwide.The photograph shows our rescue team caring for a mother orangutan and her tiny baby. They were forced out of their forest home as a result of the fires and ended... read more »

IAR Celebrate Orangutan Caring Week

9th November 2015

This year, International Animal Rescue will conduct four major events for Orangutan Caring Week that's being held every 8-15 November each year. Two events will be held in Ketapang and the other two in the the capital of west Kalimantan, the city of Pontianak. We will start on the 7th of November,... read more »

Our team in Java translocates ten confiscated slow lorises to Sumatra

3rd November 2015

On 15 October IAR’s team in Indonesia translocated ten Sumatran slow lorises (Nycticebus coucang) to a protected forest in Batutegi in Lampung Province, Sumatra. The lorises were originally confiscated by the Natural Resources Conservation Agency in Serang, Banten Province, West Java in November... read more »

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