This video says about itself:
29 August 2008
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
Orangutan female rescued from forest fire in Indonesia
According to the rescuers the female of around three years old was fleeing after the conservation area where she lived went up in flames.
“This is the third orangutan who was rescued and was handed over to us to recover,” said a spokesman for the Borneo Orang Utan Survival Foundation.
The habitat of orangutans in the Indonesian islands of Borneo and Sumatra is seriously threatened by the wildfires. Indonesia blames the fires on commercial corporations producing palm oil. Those companies burn forests to the ground to make way for agribusiness.
The haze engulfing much of South East Asia from deliberately lit Indonesian forest fires, largely in Sumatra and Kalimantan, is likely to last until November due to the El Niño weather pattern that will delay the onset of the wet season. The lighting of fires to clear land is an annual event: here.
Indonesia’s fires are a corporate crime | Green Left Weekly: here.