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Orangutan of the Month: Jambul2
What is in a name? Names can be very powerful, reflecting one’s character and identity. Names are associated with family but there is so much more to families than we normally acknowledge. Orangutan families know each other not by names but by other senses such as touch, sound, and smell, all often far beyond our [...]
Employee Spotlight: Ibu Ijun
Everyone has a story to tell, and at Orangutan Foundation International (OFI), the colorful tales are endless. Each caregiver at OFI’s Orangutan Care Center and Quarantine (OCCQ) in Central Borneo, has plenty of tell but for Ibu Ijun it’s just a story. “This is my life,” says ths woman with a twinkle in her eye. [...]
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The Troubled History of Forest Protection
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Rusti the Orangutan
OFI’s Rescued orangutan on permanent loan to the Honolulu Zoo
OFI has a Geographic Information System Mapping program
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Why are orangutans in danger of becoming extinct?
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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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