Baby Orangutan Rescued After Four Years In Captivity

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A young female orangutan that had been kept in a crate for nearly four years has been rescued by a team of conservationists and Indonesian Forestry officials.

The female orangutan, named Senandung, was a victim of the illegal wildlife trade and was being kept by a local man, named Aliansah, in a small four foot by five foot crate.

She became a pet in the small Hamlet of Punai Jaya, Durian Sebatang Village in West Borneo where she was rescued on 4 February by a team from International Animal Rescue (IAR) and the Nature Conservation Agency (BKSDA).

The owner admitted to finding the baby back in 2015 in the palm oil garden close to his home, keeping Senandung in a wooden cage while feeding her rice and fruits, but claimed that he had previously tried to set her free in the forest before she returned.

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