There’s a jungle school in Bukit Tigapuluh National Park on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Here, orangutans released from captivity learn to survive on their own in the wild.
Orangutan populations in Borneo are in steep decline and can not cope with with current levels of killing. Their jungle habitats are threatened by deforestation, driven by plam oil production.
Orangutan Dora grew up in captivity. After she was freed, she learned how to survive in the forest at an 'ape school' before she was reintroduced to the wild. That was three years ago. How has she fared in the meantime?
A new species of frizzy-haired orangutans has been discovered in the remote jungles of Indonesia. With a population of only 800, the newly named Tapanuli orangutan is now the world's most endangered great ape.
Iguanas have arrived in the Sunshine State and are marching north, leaving a trail of destruction in their wake. Conservationists are hoping the human population might start to recognize these striking reptiles as food.
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