HI, my name is TING SAN
and I need your HELP

Ting San


Rescued by the wildlife authorities at a very tender age, Ting San arrived at our Centre in dire need of tender loving care, complete with 24 hours of minding for more than one year.

Upon the age when she was ready to socialise with other ‘students’ at our rehabilitation school, she joined the Centre’s brood and enrolled in its integration program. Here, she learned to interact with other orangutans and built on their confidence to be less dependent on human...

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Regional Symposium On Orangutan Conservation

Launching Orangutan SymposiumKuching, Monday, November 2, 2009 - There is estimated between 1500 to 2000 Orangutans remaining in the wild in Sarawak, its viable population concentrating at two totally protected areas – Lanjak Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary and Batang Ai National Park.

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