Orangutans Saved From Palm Oil Plantation Horror: WILDEST ANIMAL RESCUES
A PAIR of orangutans get to see another day after being saved from a palm oil plantation by a crack team of animal rescuers. The Human Orangutan Conflict Response Unit (HOCRU) operate out of Sumatra, Indonesia, with the sole aim of protecting the region’s fragile orangutan population. Since 2012 the team have already captured more than 10 orangutans who found themselves stuck in the palm oil plantations, and fear the number will continue to rise.
Videographer / director: Jefta Images
Producer: Charley Sutton, Ruby Coote
Editor: Jack Stevens