Not only are the orangutans finding them selves homeless, The Centre For Orangutan Protection are in need of a new home too. Their home in Samarinda in the Indonesian province of East Kalimantan on the island of Borneo has been SOLD. They are in desperate need of $3,000AU to
Like a human baby who will cry when he/she is thirsty, hungry, or needs to change the diaper, an orangutan baby will also cry when it needs milk to drink or meal to eat. Currently, in the clinic of the Botanical Garden of Samarinda Mulawarman University (KRUS), which is managed by the Centre for Orangutan Protection (COP), has a female orangutan baby named Uci.