The animated film, narrated by Emma Thompson, shows an orangutan making a child’s bedroom its home after its mother and habitat were destroyed for palm oil.
“We don’t want to see any more bloodshed,” said the child of one slain land defender.
We stand at the brink of losing major species like Sumatran orangutans, and the widespread use of palm oil is partly to blame.
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According to the latest estimates, 60% of species are endangered due to human activities and 75% of all primate populations
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“He’s one of the lucky survivors of conflict palm oil expansion but his fate is not the norm.”