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    APES

    Did you know that humans are part of the great ape family? Along with our closest relatives orangutans, chimpanzees, bonobos and gorillas, we are the last surviving great apes, or homonids. Great apes are mostly vegetarian and love to eat fruit, leaves, roots and also nuts and grass seeds. They are known to use various tools, and except for gorillas, are agile climbers of trees. 

    FOUR PAWS rehabilitates orphaned orangutans on Indonesian Borneo, and supports the welfare and rehabilitation of Gorillas in Gabon, Africa. With our ORANGUTAN FOREST SCHOOL and the Fernan-Vaz Gorilla Project we give these animals a second chance. 

    Worth knowing about Orangutans

    10 Facts about Orangutans

    Did you know Orangutan means 'Person of the Forest'?

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    Caregiver with orangutan orphans

    What is it like to be a Foster Mother to Orangutans?

    Orphan orangutans need around the clock care, our caregivers act as foster mothers to the apes in need

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    Orangutan Kartini

     She has good forest skills and loves looking for food

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    Orangutan Amalia

     Already head of the class, Amalia is a great nest-builder. Help her spend every night in the tree tops!

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    Orangutan Eska

     Cheeky Eska loves to play-wrestle. He is a good learner but likes attending to distractions (as well as creating them)! 

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    Orangutan Robin

     He loves humans so much, Robin will never be able to be released into the wild

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    Orangutan Cantik

     At the age of 4, Cantik is the middle-child of the group. She is a loving older sister to the babies, and a good friend to Eska.

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    Orangutan Gonda

    Having lost his mother, little orangutan Gonda is still a nervous boy. With the love and support of his foster mothers, Gonda is learning to be an orangutan again. 

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    Orangutan Tegar

    Best friends with Gonda, Tegar is already moving fluidly through the trees like a forest expert!

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    Orangutan Gerhana

    Baby orangutan Gerhana loves to eat! In a few months, he turned from a malnourished little baby to a fighting spirit, complete with a teeny belly and his signature cheeky grin.

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    the ORANGUTAN FOREST SCHOOL and other rehabilitation projects! Rescued apes get a chance to live in an environment appropriate to their species. 

    ORANGUTAN FOREST SCHOOL

    ORANGUTAN FOREST SCHOOL

    Giving baby orangutan orphans a second chance 

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    Orangutan in care of FOUR PAWS

    FOUR PAWS ORANGUTAN FOREST SCHOOL prepares for emergencies

    Coronavirus might endanger last great apes 

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    Female gorilla sitting on a stone

    Help for Gorillas

    Giving these great apes a chance to be free

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    Two gorillas sitting on a fallen tree

    10 Facts about Gorillas

    Did you know male gorillas can eat up to 30 kg of vegetation every day?

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