Great Big Story documents how International Animal Rescue rehabilitates orphaned orangutans in Borneo.
The point was clear: If a hyrax and a turtle can be friends, I can get along with people who have "No Fear" stickers on the
Zoos and animal welfare groups are urging consumers to pick treats made from palm oil-free or sustainable ingredients.
Green is the New Orange this Halloween! Cincinnati Zoo helps consumers choose eeek-o-friendly sweets.
Buying certain kinds of candy for the army of sweet-seeking ghouls and boys that might show up at your house this Halloween
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.
For the orangutans that make Kalimantan their home this translates to lost habitat. The Bornean orangutan was once distributed
The 54-year-old Bornean orangutan was a mother of four and surrogate to two babies at Chicago's Brookfield Zoo.
When a palm oil company goes in, it fells the timber and then sets fire to whatever remains to make way for oil palm seedlings
"Hell for people and paradise for orangutans," is how Ian Singleton, director of the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Program
When an animal lover saw one orangutan's terrible reality at an exploitive zoo in Thailand, she knew she had to do something