Orangutan Rescue: Saved From Starvation

A MOTHER and baby orangutan who were dying of starvation when they were rescued from the burnt forests of Borneo have been released back into the wild. The pair were saved from a plantation after villagers in Semanai, Simpang Tiga, complained that the starving animals were eating their crops. After over two months of rehabilitation, mother and baby were pronounced fit for release. Videographer / director: International Animal Rescue Producer: Mark Hodge, Nick Johnson Editor: Ian Phillips

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