A Pregnant and Hungry Orangutan Has Been Spotted Holding On To The Last Tree Left While Bulldozers Ravage Her Home — True Activist – October 3, 2019

(True Activist)  With the rainforests of the world being destroyed and burnt down at a rapid rate by the human society in order to profit from the area of the once lush jungle and home to wild animals, this becomes another problem for those living there.

Animals that seek refuge in jungles and forests have suddenly been displaced and oftentimes have nowhere else to go.
The orangutan population has further diminished because of land urbanization that they are on the brink of extinction, all thanks to human activity. →

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Rescuers Want To Buy Back Forest For These Baby Orangutans Who Lost Everything – July 8, 2017

Credit: IAR An issue that is garnering more attention, but still not talked about often enough is the palm oil industry and the dangers it poses to wildlife, the environment, and the health of the local people. The palm oil industry is single-handedly responsible for the destruction of 2.5 million acres of Indonesian rainforest every…

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