The orangutan is headed for extinction

- Adopt an orphaned orangutan and help it return to the rainforest

Save the Orangutan helps Borneo's critically endangered orangutan by rescuing and rehabilitating orphaned orangutans and protecting and replanting their rainforest habitat. Together we can do a difference. Until they're safe!


During August, twelve more rehabilitated orangutans were released back into the rainforest totalling the number of released orangutans since 2012 to over 300! Read more here >>


It is possibly the only albino orangutan in the world that was saved - and that with the help of Save the Orangutan. The albino orangutan was freed from a family who had kept it as a pet for a couple of days. The orangutan is being examined before it is set free in a secret rainforest area. Read more here >>

 
 

Valentino was found all alone playing on a river bank. Luckily Nyaru Menteng's rescue team was able to help him. Read more here >>


Meryl was rescued from a family that kept her as a pet, she was in very poor condition when the rescue team arrived and she was only eight months old! You can adopt Meryl and follow her on her journey back to the rainforest. Read more here >>


The above trailer introduces 10 new videos, that are made in order to show the extensive work that goes on everyday in order to save the orangutans. We named the videos "We Love Orangutans" and you can watch the rest by following this link >>