Meet the orangutans

They are survivors of critical and abusive situations.

Yet, since December 2023 they started a new like in an open and adapted space at Orangutan Haven.

GET TO KNOW THEM

Krismon

Male

Krismon was rescued from his previous illegal owner back in 2016, he had spend 19 years in a cage barely bigger than his body.

Leuser

Male

Leuser was originally confiscated in 2004 as an illegal pet, when aged around 4 years old.

Paguh

Male

Paguh was evacuated from farmland. He was already blind after being shot many times with an air rifle.

Dina

Female

Dina, the youngest of the orangutans at Orangutan Haven, was confiscated as an illegal pet in 2016. She is blind due to a brain infection when she was very young.

Lewis

Male

Lewis was captured and rescued from a human-wildlife conflict incident in 2016, after he was shot at by local farmers. He is blind as a result of his injuries.

Dek Nong

Female

Dek Nong was rescued from being kept illegally as a pet. She arrived at the SOCP in 2007. She suffers from a problem with her joints that would make it unlikely she would survive on her own in the wild.

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