Romeo the orangutan finally gets freedom
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Fare thee well, Romeo: Activists from the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) at Samboja Lestari carry Romeo, a male Kalimantan orangutan, out of his cage. Romeo is being relocated to Pulau 5, an island for orangutans who are going to be released into the wild.(JP/N. Adri)An orangutan named Romeo being spent almost a quarter of a century living inside an enclosure behind a clinic in East K...
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