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Malaysia's orang utan under threat

Source: Asia One

Published on 15th September, 2014 by Stephanie Lee

The orangutan are forced to move to higher areas when food becomes scarce in lowland forests. 304 more words


People too?

It’s difficult to do Orang-utans justice in just a few lines; they have such intelligence and depth to them – I still recall being taught about their behaviour, when I was at university and eventually reaching the conclusion that you can make a very good case that they are people too – admittedly, hairy orange ones. 105 more words



I had very mixed feelings about seeing this handsome and proud animal sitting staring back at the visitors in the zoo. He is a mature orang utan from Borneo. 23 more words

Bits And Pieces

Addressing palm oil concerns

Source: The Star

Published on 8th September, 2014 by LIM CHIA YING

Palm progress: Malaysia is at the forefront of sustainable palm oil production, said Malaysian Palm Oil Council chairman Datuk Lee Yeow Chor. 1,204 more words


NATURA di Tanaman Sawit - Pangkalan Bun

Sejak tanggal 23 – 26 Agustus 2014, tim NATURA berada di Pangkalan Bun, Kalimantan Tengah memenuhi undangan seorang teman. Beliau saat ini mendapat mandat sebagai manager di sebuah kebun kelapa sawit yang cukup luas dan makin berkembang di desa Runtu, Pangkalan Bun. 468 more words


MOMEN SEJARAH: Lima Orang Utan kembali ke Habitatnya di Kawasan Restorasi Ekosistem PT. Rimba Makmur Utama

Tanggal 8 Agustus 2014 merupakan tanggal yang bersejarah buat kelima orang utan yang ditranslokasi ke dalam wilayah Restorasi Ekosistem PT. Rimba Makmur Utama. Selama setahun, kelima orang utan ini hidup dalam pusat perawatan orang utan di Nyaru Menteng, Palangkaraya Kalimantan Tengah. 149 more words


5 Great Facts About Orang utan

Orang utan is a kind of big  apes with long arms, his body is full of reddish or brown fur. As an endangered species in Indonesia, Orang utan spreads very limited, only around Sumatra and Borneo. 307 more words