Orangutan rescued from box in Borneo
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Orangutan rescued after two years in box in Indonesia

An animal rescue organisation has freed an orangutan who had been locked up in a wooden cage for two years in Indonesia.

Officials had persuaded the captor to give up the ape.

The International Animal Rescue say he will be rehabilitated and start on his journey back to the forest.

  • 04 May 2017
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