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The sweet moment a baby orangutan who was separated from her mother, and will be saved in a remote village, was caught up in several of the photos.
The frightened baby monkey, which is called “Aben” because of its black, it can be seen to be holding on to, such as in the pictures and video images by SWNS.
The animal welfare group, International Animal Rescue (IAR) reported that the orangutan, which was found in the Limpang, a small village situated in the Jelai Hulu District, Indonesia, earlier this month.
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These images show the moment a baby orangutan is separated from its mother, which was restored by the conservation community in the Limpang, a small village in the Jelai Hulu District, Borneo, Indonesia.
He was rescued by a villager, who gave him the rice and vegetables, but that he was suffering from a high temperature, and when the social workers arrived on the scene, reports SWNS.
Karmele Sanchez, programme director of IAR Indonesia, and thanked the child for the adoption of ‘ appropriate measures to be taken by the signing of this baby orangutan to the public authorities.”
She explained to SWNS: “We are pleased to see an increase in their awareness and understanding among the public about the extreme risk, even in areas that are far away from the city center.
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A baby orang-utan had been restored by the conservation community in the Limpang, a small village in the Jelai Hulu District, Borneo, Indonesia. (SWNS)
Orang-utans are said to be a species in danger of extinction are protected by the Indonesian government, which means that it is illegal for the local population, in order to keep the monkey as a pet or to hunt them.
According to SWNS, as well as orang-utan, are some of the most intelligent primates, and are often studied for their learning abilities.
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