Training

Orang orphans are taken out into the forest for rehabilitation training so they can eventually be released back into the wild. Protecting the peatland forests is essential, not only for saving orang-utans and preserving biodiversity, but to prevent massive carbon emissions that are contributing significantly to climate change.

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Orang orphans are taken out into the forest for rehabilitation training so they can eventually be released back into the wild. Protecting the peatland forests is essential, not only for saving orang-utans and preserving biodiversity, but to prevent massive carbon emissions that are contributing significantly to climate change.
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