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Akmad - the chosen highlight orangutan of the first decade
Young Akmad - 1974 Akmad impacted me not only because she was the first orangutan female whom we rescued but also because of her very genteel and serene nature. She was a wild orangutan who had not been kept in captivity for very long. She was also a local girl in the sense that she [...]
50 Years In The Field
This year marks 50 years since OFI President and Founder Dr. Biruté Mary Galdikas made camp in the jungles of Borneo to begin her pioneering study of orangutans, one of humankind’s closest living relatives. This year we are celebrating this momentous anniversary to honor Dr. Biruté for dedicating her life to the conservation of orangutans [...]
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The Effects of Palm Oil
Palm oil fuels large-scale deforestation and pushes orangutans closer to extinction.
The Effects of Illegal Logging
Illegal logging negatively impacts the economic and ecological systems of rainforests.
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