Kalimantan’s star attraction, the beguiling, copper-haired Orang-utan, can be seen close up at several rescue centres. Habitat destruction due to mining, logging and forest fires have decimated populations of Borneo’s famous ginger ape – the world’s largest tree-dwelling monkey. But numbers have begun to creep up again in recent years thanks to the efforts of a few small rehabilitation centres, such as Pondik Tanggui , where rescued Orangutans are trained how to find food and socialise with other animals before being released back into the wild. Some return to be fed each morning on special platforms – watched by wildlife enthusiasts from across the world.


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