Orangutans and the Matang Wildlife Centre

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The Matang Wildlife Centre in Sarawak, Malaysia is dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of orangutans. Their core belief is that every animal has the chance to be released back into the wild. On a recent visit to the centre, I got the chance to see and experience the day-to-day tasks required to care for the animals with their Heart2Heart With Orangutan volunteer program.

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To see what other conversation projects the Matang Wildlife Centre is involved with, visit: www.sarawakforestry.com

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Working with Orangutans in Borneo – A Day In The Life

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I wanted to document a day in the life as a volunteer of me working at Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in Borneo. All videos of the orangutans were taken from the viewing and feeding platform.

The orang-utan has been under serious threat recently and sadly one of our closest ancestors still needs our help. They are critical endangered and without our help could go extinct within the next 10 years – We cant let this happen.

I would strongly advice anyone to do some research and avoid using unsustainable palm oil wherever possible. Feel free to contact me if I can help in any way.

https://www.orangutan-appeal.org.uk/how-to-help

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The health check of Balangala, an orphan bonobo

As all orphan bonobos, the victims of bushmeat trade, Balangala was checked by the veterinarians of Lola ya Bonobo rehabilitation center immediately after his arrival.

Orphan orangutans and rehab centers

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Following the most recent fires farmers of the Borneo area have rescued about one thousand orangutans. Many of them have been lucky after all and they are rescued and brought to the Orang Utan rehabilitation center.

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