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MonkeyJungleMiami May 14
A new study shows that orangutan mothers wait on average seven minutes after a potential predator is out of sight, before sounding the alarm to warn others. (note: We love Orangutans but we do not have one currently at the park) ...
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Dr Will Fowlds May 17
'Deforestation caused by palm oil cultivation is pushing orangutans into the path of farmers who shoot the animals with air rifles to get rid of them.'
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Orangutan Land Trust May 17
Endangered Species Day: List of Most Threatened Animals in the World
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CORE Borneo May 21
Rutgers doctoral student Rebecca Brittain is teaching weekly English classes to the children from the local village. We hope to incorporate this into our program in the future!
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maj ikle May 22
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Miguel Contreras May 14
face complete extinction within 10 years Burning forests to make way for plantations to support the world's insatiable demand for palm oil is one of the main causes of the astonishing decline in numbers of this species
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CORE Borneo May 22
Come to Didik’s doctoral defense if you can make it to learn about in !
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Ryan Allan May 15
The colour version. The angry orangutan hijacked some equipment used to clear part of his forest and now he's out to get the culprits. Good luck to those bastards.
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Anna Westland May 18
Male have the best facial expressions. He is so done with everything.
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Orangutan Project May 20
So who lives in the beautiful Bukit Tigapuluh ecosystem? 🌿🌏 Our brave young colony of rehabilitated Sumatran orangutans - that’s who! Just like Anjeli & her baby boy pictured here
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Colateral Green May 17
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CSPO Watch May 20
Did just throw the under the bus?
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Orangutan Foundation May 17
Sponsor an acre of tropical forest today and help secure a future for orangutans, forests & people.
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Orangutan Fdn Intl May 20
If we want to have a future, simply protecting what little remains is not enough. We have to do more than stop the bleeding. We must start the healing! Donate today to our Forest Reforestation Program ➥
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CenterForGreatApes May 22
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SOS May 22
Replying to @walmswild
Today is International Day for Biological Diversity. Find out how you can be part of the solution and make green, healthy a thing of the future, not of the past: Photo credit
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Orangutan Fdn Intl May 21
Juvenile about to enjoy a free ride from their sleeping enclosures to the Learning Forest thanks to their caregivers! The orangutans are saving their energy so that they can explore the jungle as much as possible.
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SOS May 21
You've helped us reach another milestone in our Give as you Live fundraising! In total, you've helped us raise over £2500 for just by shopping via Want to join in? Sign up here:
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Didik Prasetyo May 21
Better for bright ! Someday one of them could be a leader for their viilage to protect the and . Great job and
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Pilgrims Ⓥ May 21
Our new album TUNDRA is now available on all download/streaming sites! Songs about our and the that touch our lives such as , , , , and many more! All proceeds to Karass Animal Sanctuary. 😀
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