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Orangutan Haven

Indonesia produce 42 mil metric ton of palm oil, the largest in the world. Nature is paying heavier price for this inexpensive vegetable fat, tropical forests in the region are being cleared for new palm oil plantations. This is destroying the natural habitat of orangutans and many other species. Babies of orangutans as pets are a status symbol in the region, for which the mothers are killed, and babies are snatched from them. In many other cases, while escaping, these mammals die from falling from the tall trees. In cases where they survive, the babies die a cruel death every day in captivity! This is Digo. He was found without his mother when an attempt to smuggle him along with 3 other babies was foiled. Since he lost his mother in his early days, he doesn’t know even to climb a small twig of a tree. After 1.5 years of rehabilitation he was released into the wild! To educate people about ornagutans and rehabilitate the injured orangutans, Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programm (SOCP) was formed. SOCP; a collaborative initiative between Indonesia-based NGO the Yayasan Ekosistem Lestari (YEL; Sustainable Ecosystem Foundation), Swiss-based NGO the PanEco Foundation, and the Indonesian Government’s Directorate General of Natural Resource and Ecosystem Conservation.
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