Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Orangutan-in-Central-Borneo-27MZIFLQLEOW.htmlConceptually similarOrangutan in Central BorneoGP01UTNCompleted★★★★★★Orangutan in Central BorneoGP01UTOCompleted★★★★Orangutan in Central BorneoGP01UTUCompleted★★★★★★Orangutan in Central BorneoGP01UTVCompleted★★★★Orangutan in Central BorneoGP01UTWCompleted★★★★★★Orangutan in Central BorneoGP01UTLCompleted★★★★Orangutan In Central BorneoGP01YO9Completed★★★★Orangutan In Central BorneoGP01YOACompleted★★★★★★★Orangutan in Central BorneoGP01UTMCompleted★★★★View AllGP01UTPOrangutan in Central BorneoPo, a 8 year old male Borneo orangutan (Pongo Pygmaeus), inside a cage in Antan Kalang village. According to the local people Po was found in 2001 in an forest area cleared for oil palm plantation. The consequences of land clearance for palm oil production are devastating for the wildlife in the area, including orangutans who are dramatically threatened by the lost of their natural habitat.S 01 48' 22.9" E 112 36' 32.6"Locations:Borneo-Indonesia-Southeast AsiaDate:17 May, 2009Credit:© Greenpeace / Ardiles RanteMaximum size:4096px X 6144pxKeywords:Cages-Darkness-Deforestation-Endangered species-Eye contact-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Orangutans-SadnessShoot:Wildlife and Land Clearance for Palm Oil in BorneoThe Sinar Mas Group, one of the largest companies in Indonesia, is clearcutting pristine forests in Central Borneo for expansion of oil palm plantations at an alarming rate. The consequences of land clearance for palm oil production are devastating for the wildlife in the area, including orangutans and monkeys who are dramatically threatened by the lost of their natural habitat. Some of the local land owners are being intimidating by palm oil companies for refusing to sell their land for expansion of the palm plantations.