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Orang-utans are let briefly free at the Frankfurt Zoological Society's centre in Bukit Tigapuluh National Park. This orang is an orphan rescued by the centre after its parents were killed in a forest fire. The orangs live and eat in cages, taken out daily into the rainforest to be trained with the hope of being gradually reintroduced into the wild. The Society's objective is the 'Establishment of a new orang-utan population in, and protection of, the Bukit Tigapuluh National Park.

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Orang-utans are let briefly free at the Frankfurt Zoological Society's centre in Bukit Tigapuluh National Park. This orang is an orphan rescued by the centre after its parents were killed in a forest fire. The orangs live and eat in cages, taken out daily into the rainforest to be trained with the hope of being gradually reintroduced into the wild.  The Society's objective is the 'Establishment of a new orang-utan population in, and protection of, the Bukit Tigapuluh National Park.
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