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Orangutan Diary
Orangutan Diary

Michaela Strachan and Steve Leonard follow the lives of orphaned and rescued orangutans at a refuge centre in Borneo.

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The Bornean orangutan's national park home is being destroyed by illegal logging. Find out more about the plight of all our primates.
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A media-rich profile of the orangutan's cousin. What makes the chimpanzee so successful as a mammal?

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