orangutans

Great Big Story documents how International Animal Rescue rehabilitates orphaned orangutans in Borneo.
Zoos and animal welfare groups are urging consumers to pick treats made from palm oil-free or sustainable ingredients.
About the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, also known as the greenest zoo in America
Writing in "first person orangutan" isn't easy. Just ask 10-year-old Caroline Mulcahy, a fifth grader at P.S. 107 John W. Kimball Learning Center in Brooklyn, New York. She and her classmates spent months during lunch and recess writing and illustrating a book, One Special Orangutan: The Story of Budi, about the plight of orangutans in Borneo.
This post was co-authored by Suzanne York, a Sierra Club volunteer and project director of Transition Earth. Scozzaro and
The 54-year-old Bornean orangutan was a mother of four and surrogate to two babies at Chicago's Brookfield Zoo.
Land Clearing and Its Victims The team took Leuser back to the quarantine center. Veterinarians could only safely remove
That prohibition, however, was ignored, and logging of primary forest and the conversion of peat swamps persisted. Between
When an animal lover saw one orangutan's terrible reality at an exploitive zoo in Thailand, she knew she had to do something
Researchers say they hope to develop games that the primates can play with humans.
Once Orangutans roamed over much of Asia. Now you'll only find these fantastic red-haired creatures in Sumatra and Borneo.
Starbucks has a bigger problem than the controversy over its new red holiday cup. It's still buying palm oil and other agricultural products that might be linked to tropical forest destruction, and a coalition of science, environmental and labor organizations isn't happy about it.
One soulful picture captures the painful torture that farming can inflict on orangutans. Back in 2010, a mother orangutan