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Baby orangutans catch a wheelbarrow to tree-climbing school

Baby orangutans catch a wheelbarrow to tree-climbing school

So Cute!!!!!  Orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), Orangutan Care Center, Borneo, Indonesia

But mum, I don't need a bath! Adorable orphan ape Mr Bernie, two, does all he can to avoid getting his fur wet

So Cute!!!!! Orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), Orangutan Care Center, Borneo, Indonesia

Safe: Noel the tiny orangutan is getting used to his new home

Look into my eyes: Meet Noel the heart meltingly gorgeous orangutan

Safe: Noel the tiny orangutan is getting used to his new home

Two orangutan babies play together in the trees at the sanctuary on Bangamat Island

We're feeling so sleepy... Adorable baby orangutans take a well-earned nap

Two orangutan babies play together in the trees at the sanctuary on Bangamat Island

Orangutan caretaker with infant at bath time, Orangutan Care Center, Borneo, Indonesia

But mum, I don't need a bath! Adorable orphan ape Mr Bernie, two, does all he can to avoid getting his fur wet

Orangutan caretaker with infant at bath time, Orangutan Care Center, Borneo, Indonesia

Pictures of the day: 28 April 2014 - Telegraph Orphaned orangutans huddle together for a 'family' portrait at the Orangutan Foundation International HQ in Borneo

Pictures of the day: 28 April 2014

Pictures of the day: 28 April 2014 - Telegraph Orphaned orangutans huddle together for a 'family' portrait at the Orangutan Foundation International HQ in Borneo

Orangutans and Turtles Seized from Wildlife Traffickers in Thailand -  The two baby orangutans and dozens of turtles had been smuggled into the country from Malaysia. http://www.onegreenplanet.org/news/orangutans-and-turtles-rescued-from-illegal-wildlife-trade/

Orangutans and Turtles Seized from Wildlife Traffickers in Thailand - The two baby orangutans and dozens of turtles had been smuggled into the country from Malaysia. http://www.onegreenplanet.org/news/orangutans-and-turtles-rescued-from-illegal-wildlife-trade/

Bathtime at the orang utan orphanage. Photograph: Suzi Eszterhas/Minden Pictures/Solent News

Orangutan orphans in Borneo – in pictures

Bathtime at the orang utan orphanage. Photograph: Suzi Eszterhas/Minden Pictures/Solent News

STOP BUYING PALM OIL. Rain forests cover 60 per cent of Indonesia, but orangutans - which means man of the forest - have seen their habitat cut down at an alarming rate, often to fuel the need for space to grow palm oil crops.  Many adult orangutans are killed by farmers in Indonesia and Borneo to prevent them eating crops as their natural food disappears, leaving helpless orphans to die in the wild.

Bruised, tied up and caged: The desperate plight of starving orangutans forced into villages to look for food as their rainforest home is destroyed

STOP BUYING PALM OIL. Rain forests cover 60 per cent of Indonesia, but orangutans - which means man of the forest - have seen their habitat cut down at an alarming rate, often to fuel the need for space to grow palm oil crops. Many adult orangutans are killed by farmers in Indonesia and Borneo to prevent them eating crops as their natural food disappears, leaving helpless orphans to die in the wild.

Baby orangutan Paws for the News Carl Milson & Shane Carr www.pawsforthenews.tv

Baby orangutan Paws for the News Carl Milson & Shane Carr www.pawsforthenews.tv

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