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5 Sabah, Borneo

The Bornean orangutan is an endangered species, thanks largely to deforestation. 

In Malaysian Borneo, the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre was the first official rehab project to devote itself to the species, opening in 1964. It’s a popular spot to see these incredible – and rapidly diminishing – great apes. With their shaggy red coats, expressive faces and gangly arms that can measure up to two metres, they easily beat Prince Harry to the coveted spot of ‘favourite ginger’ in our hearts.

orangutan-appeal.org.uk


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