Rare albino orangutan rescued
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Rare albino orang-utan recovering after being rescued

11 May 2017 Last updated at 15:08 BST

This is a really rare albino orang-utan.

She is being fed and cared for by experts after being rescued in Indonesia when she was caught in a remote village.

Orang-utans which are considered critically endangered by the World Wildlife Fund, usually have brown or orange hair and dark eyes. They live in Indonesia and Malaysia.

But this one is different. She's an albino which means she doesn't have the chemical in her hair, skin and eyes that creates colour - it also means she struggles with bright lights.

She still loves eating Bamboo though and has been getting stronger and putting weight back on.