22 Oct 2016 - 5:22 p. m.
Tim Laman, el fotógrafo de los orangutanes de Borneo
An endangered young male Bornean Orangutan climbs over 30 meters up a tree deep in the rain forest of Gunung Palung National Park, West Kalimantan, Indonesia (Island of Borneo).
Adult female Walimah with one month old infant. Feeding on Fordia flowers. Baby pulling at mom's face. Bornean Orangutan Wurmbii Sub-species (Pongo pygmaeus wurmbii) Gunung Palung Orangutan Project Cabang Panti Research Station Gunung Palung National Park West Kalimantan Province Island of Borneo Indonesia
"Rescue" of a five month old male baby orangutan from captivity in Sungai Besar village by the BKSDA (Department of Wildlife and Nature Conservation) staff and wildlife veteranarian Dr. Ayu from International Animal Rescue.
Freshly cleared forest patch in buffer zone of Gunung Palung National Park has been burned for agriculture.
An adult female orangutan with a juvenile have come to the edge of the Mangkutup River because all the forest behind them has burned. They survey the scene. Only a few green trees remain in a strip along the river. Many trees, including the small one they are climbing on, have been killed by the fire and are leaning over. Bornean Orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus wurmbii) Central Kalimantan Province, Indonesia Island of Borneo
Keepers at IAR transport juvenile orangutans by wheelbarrow to a patch of forest where they will learn skills for the wild International Animal Rescue (IAR) Ketapang West Kalimantan Province Island of Borneo Indonesia