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ORANGUTAN SAVED AT THE LAST MINUTE

13. September 20180

In a spectacular operation, the Sumatra-Orangutan-Conservation-Programme SOCP saved a wild orangutan. The fact, that this was necessary, points out severe problems.

UPDATE: ISLANDS FOR ORANGUTANS

29. August 20180

For over a year now, our Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme SOCP has been building the Orangutan Haven, a space for orangutans that are not capable of surviving in the wild.

MOLIKA – AN EXEMPLARY FATE

22. August 20180

She is one of 49 orang-utans currently being tended to in our rescue and rehabilitation station of the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme SOCP

MEET THE «WOODMAN»

7. August 20180

What species of orangutan exist? Where do they live? And what differences are there between the species?

RARE TWINS BABIES AMONG THE TAPANULI-ORANGUTANS

13. July 20180

In our research station in Batang Toru, a very rary discovery was made: A Tapanuli orangutan female with two babies in the same age.

THE TAPANULI: ON A KNIFE-EDGE

12. July 20180

Half a year ago, the orangutans in the Batang Toru forest were recognized as an own species.

HOW DISCORD UNDERMINES CONSERVATION – A STUDY

27. June 20180

The Leuser-ecosystem in North Sumatra is a stronghold for biodiversity. There is no other place where elephants, orangutans, tiger and rhinos share their habitat.

TOO FAMISHED TO SURVIVE

7. June 20180

A female orangutan normally weighs between 30 and 50 kg. With 17 kg, «Rose» weighs clearly less.

COURT VIOLATES ITS OWN LAWS

23. May 20180

The verdict, which imposed a fine of 19 million on PT Kallista Alam, drew the public attention all around the world.

HOW TO LIVE ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS?

10. May 20180

Pursuing a sustainable lifestyle is already popular in Switzerland. However, in Indonesia, the knowledge on this subject is still in its infancy.