VERY RARE – Wild Orangutans Being Wild

Click on the photos to watch streaming videos of some of the last orangutans still in the wild. 

The way it should be.

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Don’t these orangutans look relaxed and contented? Unlike ones in captivity.

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Unfortunately, this little one could end up on Orangutan Island or worse if we don’t do something about its habitat now.

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Infant Bornean orang-utan climbing

Infant Bornean orang-utan climbing
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And, this one could end up in a small cage the rest of its life.

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Never learning how to make a nest.

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Never just hanging around their wild world.

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Never feeding in the wild as God meant.

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Never living in their native habitat.

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Or just having the opportunity to do what wild orangutans would do.

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Donate to your favorite orangutan program today because tomorrow may be too late.

Kind Regards,

April & Kesi

Kesi on ground

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An Orangutan Christmas

Gifts for Orangutans!

Hi,

I, like many people this time of year, have been very busy.  Which means I’ve had no time to write on this blog.

But I decided it would be appropriate to write this time of year and discuss unique Christmas presents for your loved ones.

Why not adopt an orangutan for one or more people on your Christmas gift list?

The orangutans in the wild are still having their homes stripped away from them, being treated cruelly and need rescuing even at Christmas time.

A great present for your loved one makes a great present for the orangutans.  When you adopt at Orangutan Outreach you will be able to print out pictures of the orangutan you adopt and a certificate of adoption to frame and include in the gift and give the recipient something to keep as a reminder of this special gift from you.  They can also check the progress of their newly adopted orangutan by visiting the Orangutan Outreach website regularly.  I imagine the other websites that allow you to adopt an orangutan probably do that same thing.

My adoption of Kesi costs me only $10 a month and is taken automatically out of my checking account.  I receive an email every time a payment is taken out of my account.

Kesi would love someone out there to donate in her name and adopt her.

Kesi on ground      Happy Holidays from Kesi!

Get that special, unique gift at:  http://redapes.org/adopt-an-orangutan/

Merry Christmas!

Kind Regards,

April & Kesi