Sumatran Orang utan mother and baby sitting in tree (Pongo abelii) Gunung Leuser NP, Sumatra, Indonesia

New studies into Borneo’s endangered orangutan population suggest that numbers have plummeted by more than 100’00 since 1999.

The species which is now listed as critically endangered, continues to be eradicated due to the growing palm oil and paper trade.

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