Orangutan Rescued From Captivity

October 12, 2017
A young orangutan was rescued from a wooden crate in a village in Indonesia. The infant was caught in the wild and was kept in a very small cage for two weeks. It's illegal in Indonesia to capture and orangutan and keep it as a pet. International Animal Rescue took the animal under their wing and explained the villagers why they shouldn't keep these animals as pets. Isin will live for a while at a rescue center before she will be rehabiliated in preparation for her eventual release in the wild.

Animals: orangutan

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