17 thoughts on “Orangutan corporate destruction victims rescued

  1. Reblogged this on Dr Alf's Blog and commented:
    After Marilyn and I visited Malaysia, we became passionate advocates of greater protection of the rain-forest and the home to endangered wildlife. We were amazed at the mile after mile of palm tree plantations for palm oil production; originally this was rain-forest. Malaysia still has some amazing wildlife but they live in the rain-forest, so please spread the word!

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