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The Orangutan Project supports many orphan orangutans that are cared for in special centres, until they are ready to be released back into the wild, and their natural habitat.
These orphans are some of the lucky ones, as only 1 out of 6 orphaned orangutans are actually rescued and taken to rehabilitation centres.
Every orphan infant orangutan has lost its mother due to poaching, or she might have been killed from wandering into an encroaching palm oil or paper plantation. It is heartbreaking for these infant orangutans who have seen their own mother killed and they have been left abandoned.
The lucky orphans that are rescued by our caring staff get to go to ‘forest school’ where they learn how to care for themselves and survive in the wild, to ensure they are prepared for when they are eventually released. They learn many forest skills, including how to build their own nests and hunt for food.
Want to know about some of the orphan orangutans in our adoption program? Here is some of the latest news on how they are doing in their care centres.
More information about the project can be found here www.orangutan.org.au