Anjas was three and a half years old when he was surrendered to the local forestry department at orangutan rescue centre in Kalimantan. The young primate had been kept as a pet for three years in the Kuba Raya area, a regency of Pontianak.
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Budi and Jemmi were recently introduced to some of the other orangutans at baby school for the very first time! Our team has just sent over this fantastic footage and we’re delighted to be able to share it...Read the full article »
On the date designated by the United Nations as a day to celebrate wildlife in all its forms, we are pleased to learn of our latest orangutan rescue in Borneo.
The three and a half year old orangutan, named Anjas, was surrendered to officials from the local forestry department (BKSDA...
Jojo (pictured) was moved from quarantine to a socialisation cage a couple of months ago, but his close proximity to the centre’s dominant male, Monte, was leading to some aggression. To keep both the big boys happy, we moved Jojo to another socialisation cage, but being a very inquisitive...Read the full blog post »
Bonita moves to forest schoolBonita finished her quarantine time and joined baby school where she excelled. After only two weeks there, climbing high in the trees and foraging for food, she was moved up to forest school with the bigger orangutans. She is one of the smallest orangutans in the...Read the full blog post »
Earlier this week we reported on Anjas' dramatic rescue when he was surrendered to the local forestry department (BKSDA) at our orangutan rescue centre in West Kalimantan.He is three and half years old and has spent nearly all his life as a pet, sleeping in a cage, dressed in clothes and forbidden...Read the full blog post »