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Jemmi

On October 14th IAR's orangutan rescue centre took a very tiny baby into their care, the youngest orangutan at the centre.

His name is Jemmi and we estimate he is less than six months old, as he still doesn’t have any teeth and only weighs 2kg.

 

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Budi and his bedtime buddy!

Taken from Budi and his bedtime buddy! news | 1st June 2015

Both Budi and Jemmi are now visiting the baby school every day for an hour and a half.

This gorgeous picture shows the toll baby school takes.

Time for a well earned nap in the hammock after a morning of playing and learning in the forest!

 

Budi and Jemmi make new friends

Taken from Budi and Jemmi make new friends news | 27th April 2015

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...

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IAR take in the youngest orangutan received at the centre - Jemmi

Taken from IAR take in the youngest orangutan received at the centre - Jemmi news | 19th October 2014

On October 14th IAR's orangutan rescue centre took a very tiny baby into their care.

His name is Jemmi and we estimate he is less than six months old, as he still doesn’t have any teeth and only weighs 2kg.

Pak Dodi, an ambulance driver from Ketapang Fatima Hospital, was called out...

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Taken from Jemmi to be Budi's Buddy? diary | 27th February 2015

It is very likely that Jemmi will be the first orangutan that Budi meets (once he is strong enough)! Our team rescued Jemmi in October. He was just 4 months old and had been kept as a pet, tied up in a box outside his owner's house.When he arrived he was frightened and in need of 24 hour...

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Taken from Jemmi enjoys his first tree climb! diary | 21st January 2015 by Lisa Burtenshaw, volunteer

Jemmi was just four months old when he first arrived at the centre in October last year. Jemmi has now left quarantine and is thriving! Just last week we brought you the pictures of Jemmi in his new climbing frame. This is just outside the clinic where the medical team can keep an eye on him. ...

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Taken from Update on Jemmi - the youngest orangutan to be taken in to the centre diary | 15th January 2015 by Lisa Burtenshaw, volunteer

On October 14th IAR's orangutan rescue centre took a very tiny baby into their care, the youngest orangutan at the centre. His name was Jemmi and he was estimated to be less than six months old, as he had no teeth and only weighed 2kg.Jemmi was first taken into quarantine where he was under 24 hour...

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