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Semenggoh Wildlife Center – Sarawak, Malaysia

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Sarawak, Malaysia


Karen Gulliver

For 40 years, the Semenggoh Wildlife Center has served as a refuge and rehabilitation center for the endangered Orangutan as well as other animals. The goal is to re-introduce them back into the wild. When they are able, the animals may roam freely through 1,613 acres of forest. There are feeding platforms throughout the center that are meant to help sustain the apes through the winter season. Rangers call out to let them know a meal is served. Only some of the apes come as many of them never approach humans again after being rescued.

Sarawak, Malaysia