This video from Borneo in Indonesia says about itself:
2 May 2017
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
She is blonde, has blue eyes and is still anonymous. Last month a dehydrated and malnourished albino orangutan was found in central Borneo. Conservationists invite people to submit suggestions for a name.
Veterinarian Arga Sawung Kusuma cares for the orangutan. “She looked thinner when we found her,” he told AP. “She was stressed and collapsed. Her skin and fur did not look well and she suffered from dehydration.”
Also, the animal did not weigh enough for her age. “She looked thinner when we found her, she weighed 8.3 kilos. For a five-year-old female orangutan, that’s really very little.”
The name orangutan comes from the Malayan [orang] hutan which means forest human. The animals are genetically identical to humans for 96.4 percent.
Suggestions for a name can be submitted to 14 May to firstname.lastname@example.org or via the hashtag #albinoorangutan on social media. The organization hopes that people will send “meaningful” names.
When the blonde orangutan will be healthy again, she will be freed in the wild.