ROOM MAKE UP FOR ORANGUTAN

Since the block enclosure was established in 2015 and inhabited by Ambon and Memo, it has never been repainted. Small repairs such as for broken bars or cage floor damage have been carried out periodically. Now, the room make up team will work to improve any defects for the orangutan’s cage.

Limited number of enclosures require continuous planning. When the medical team is ready for their job to check orangutan’s health in this block, the animal keepers prepare for painting, hammock repairs and inspection of the cage. Orangutans prepare to move rooms.

The room make up team who are none other than tireless workers at COP Borneo are ready to sand, paint and make sure the rooms are ready to be occupied. Giving disinfectants is a signal, Ambon the orangutan is welcome to occupy his new room.

“Amazing room make up team!” Hopefully team will always be in good health to able to give new colors to other orangutan rooms. (EBO)

BEDAH KAMAR UNTUK ORANGUTAN

Sejak kandang blok yang dihuni orangutan Ambon dan Memo berdiri di tahun 2015, kadang belum pernah dicat ulang. Perbaikan-perbaikan kecil seperti besi yang putus atau semen lantai kandang yang bolong secara berkala sudah dilakukan. Kini, kehadiran tim bedah kamar orangutan akan bekerja memperbaiki kekurangan yang ada.

Keterbatasan kandang membutuhkan perencanaan yang berkesinambungan. Bagian medis tentu saja siap dengan pekerjaan pemeriksaan kesehatan orangutan di blok ini. Sementara animal keeper bersiap untuk pengecatan, perbaikan hammock dan pemeriksaan kelayakkan kandang. Orangutan bersiap untuk berpindah kamar.

Tim bedah kamar yang tak lain adalah pekerja-pekerja tak kenal lelah di COP Borneo telah siap mengamplas, mengecat dan memastikan kamar siap dihuni. Pemberian disinfektan menjadi isyarat, orangutan Ambon dipersilahkan menempati kamar barunya. 

“Tim bedah kamar yang luar biasa!”. Semoga tim sehat terus agar selalu bisa memberi warna baru di kamar-kamar orangutan lainnya. (FLO)

VISIT TO SCHOOL OF MENTARI CENGKARENG

COP school visits are usually held in the morning. But this time the schedule is 2 pm at Mentari school Cengkareng. Responding the invitation from the school, the COP team attended a sharing session on orangutan on Monday, April 29 2019.

Around 180 7-11 grade students gathered in the mini hall and all participants sat on the floor. They were very enthusiastic about the event. They were amazed by the facts presented, especially the threats faced by orangutans and other wildlife. The role of orangutans as a key species in maintaining the health and sustainability of forests also makes them believe that orangutans should  be in their natural habitat. As a gardener of the forest, they keep the ecosystem balanced. This session lasted 1 hour and a half which was filled with presentations and questions and answers.

After the event, Mr. Haris as the coordinator of the activities from the Mentari School spoke with the COP team that they wanted to hold a performance with an environmental theme, more specifically orangutan. “We now have a picture of where we want to donate,” said Pak Haris. Hopefully this collaboration continues, sir! (EBO)

KUNJUNGAN KE SEKOLAH MENTARI CENGKARENG

School visit COP biasanya dilangsungkan di pagi hari. Namun kali ini jadwalnya jam 2 sore dengan tujuan sekolah Mentari Cengkareng. Menjawab undangan dari pihak sekolah, tim dari COP hadir mengisi sesi sharing tentang orangutan pada hari Senin, 29 April 2019.

Sekitar 180 siswa kelas 7-11 memenuhi ruangan dan semua peserta duduk di lantai. Mereka sangat antusias mengikuti acara. Mereka tampak tercengang dengan fakta-fakta yang disajikan, terutama ancaman yang dihadapi orangutan serta satwa liar lainnya. Peran orangutan sebagai species kunci dan menjaga kesehatan dan keberlangsungan hutan juga membuat mereka yakin bahwa orangutan memang seharusnya tetap ada di alamnya. Sebagai gardener of the forest, mereka menjaga ecosystem tetap seimbang. Sesi ini berlangsung 1 jam setengah yang diisi dengan presentasi dan tanya jawab.

Setelah acara berlangsung, Pak Haris sebagai coordinator kegiatan dari Sekolah Mentari berbicara dengan tim COP bahwa mereka ingin mengadakan pertunjukan yang bertemakan lingkungan, lebih spesifik lagi orangutan. “Kami sekarang sudah punya gambaran ke mana kalau mau donasi,” Kata Pak Haris. Semoga kerjasama ini berlanjut ya Pak! (EBO)

 

AMBON WEIGHS 69 KG NOW

Who owns a body weight of almost 70 kg at the Borneo COP orangutan rehabilitation center? That weight of course does not belong to orangutan children who are attending forest school classes. That’s like an adult’s weight. This must belong to an adult orangutan. Who is he? Or maybe it’s an animal keeper!

His handsome face is often admired by many people. It shows his dignity but unfortunately must end up in a cage. Dreams still continue, taking him to an island, where he can freely climb, choose the foods he wants to eat or explore in limited ways.

All know him as the cool Ambon. His eyes always stared pleasantly. His cheek pad often makes anyone who first approaches him back off. With his big body and long hair, we can feel his dominance from a distance.

Today, Ambon underwent an annual health check. Its weight is recorded again. “With the current weight, Ambon looks more agile. Hopefully Ambon will have the opportunity to return to the orangutan island, “said vet Flora, full of hope. (EBO)

BOBOT AMBON SEKARANG 69 KG

Siapakah pemilik berat badan 70 kg kurang 1 kg di pusat rehabilitasi orangutan COP Borneo? Berat segitu, pastinya bukan milik anak-anak orangutan yang sedang mengikuti kelas sekolah hutan. Itu seperti berat badan seorang dewasa. Ini pasti milik orangutan dewasa. Siapakah dia? Jangan-jangan miliknya animal keeper!

Wajah tampannya sering dikagumi banyak orang. Terlihat sekali wibawanya namun sayang harus berakhir di kandang. Mimpi masih terus berlanjut, membawanya ke sebuah pulau, dimana dia bisa dengan bebas memanjat, memilih makanan yang ingin dimakannya atau menjelajah secara terbatas. 

Semua mengenalnya dengan sebutan si kalem Ambon. Matanya selalu menatap dengan ramah. Checkpadnya sering membuat mundur siapapun yang pertama kali mendekatinya. Apalagi tubuh besar dan rambutnya yang gondrong. Dari jauh terasa dominasinya.

Hari ini, Ambon menjalani pemeriksaan kesehatan tahunan. Beratnya tercatat kembali. “Dengan beratnya yang sekarang, Ambon terlihat lebih lincah. Semoga Ambon berkesempatan kembali ke pulau orangutan.”, ujar drh. Flora penuh harapan. (FLO)

 

EARTH DAY WITH ORANGUFRIENDS BANDUNG

World Earth Day which falls on April 22 is a day that reminds us, how the earth is getting older and demands our active role. Orangufriends, which is an orangutan volunteer group, has a cool event to invite their friends to do activities.

Bandung Orangufriends like never run out of ideas to do something for Indonesian orangutans. Orangufriends Bandung, Sisa Puisi with Tambuhak Food and Beverage Garden together at a bazaar and garage sale event at Surya Sumantri street no. 100 Bandung. No half-hearted, 20% of the profits of this event, donated to the COP Borneo orangutan rehabilitation center. For two days (April 20-21) while commemorating Earth Day with items from Pine Niddle, Sunday Sweets, Mojoworking and Bekas Bagoes, shopping for something is an unforgettable experience.

Thank you for bringing your own shopping bag and of course your concern for Indonesian orangutans. (EBO)

HARI BUMI BERSAMA ORANGUFRIENDS BANDUNG

Hari Bumi Sedunia yang jatuh pada tanggal 22 April menjadi hari yang mengingatkan kita, bagaimana bumi semakin tua dan menuntut peran aktif kita. Orangufriends yang merupakan kelompok relawan orangutan punya acara asik untuk mengajak teman-temannya berkegiatan.

Salah satunya, Orangufriends Bandung seperti tak pernah kehabisan ide. Untuk berbuat sesuatu untuk orangutan Indonesia. Orangufriends Bandung, Sisa Puisi bersama Tambuhak Food and Beverage Garden di acara bazar dan garage sale di jl. Surya Sumantri no. 100 Bandung. Tidak tanggung-tanggung, 20% dari keuntungan acara ini, disumbangkan untuk pusat rehabilitasi orangutan COP Borneo. Selama dua hari (20-21 April) sembari memperingati Hari Bumi dengan barang-barang dari Pine Niddle, Sunday Sweets, Mojoworking dan Bekas Bagoes, kamu akan mendapatkan pengalaman tak terlupakan. Seru kan!

 

IUCN CALLS FOR A MORATORIUM ON PROJECTS IMPACTING THE CRITICALLY ENDANGERED TAPANULI ORANGUTAN

IUCN is deeply concerned about ongoing and new threats to the Critically Endangered Tapanuli orangutan in Sumatra, Indonesia. IUCN therefore calls for the development and adoption of a conservation management plan for the Tapanuli orangutan based on an independent, objective Population and Habitat Viability Assessment before any projects potentially impacting the species advance any further.

IUCN also calls for the establishment of connecting corridors between the three forest blocks to which the species is confined, by converting 8,077 hectares from the ‘Non-forest’ to the ‘Conservation Forest’ land use category. Until then, further development of projects with an impact on the habitat and viability of the Tapanuli orangutan should be put under a moratorium.

The Tapanuli orangutan (Pongo tapanuliensis), described in 2017, is the first new great ape species to be discovered since the 1920s. Pongo tapanuliensis has evolved separately from other orangutan species for 670,000 years. Wholly confined to the Batang Toru Ecosystem, a mountainous tract of rainforest in the province of North Sumatra, it occupies an area of about 1,420 square kilometres. With an estimated population of fewer than 800, the Tapanuli orangutan is listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List of Threatened SpeciesTM. It is the rarest great ape species in the world. The relatively small population size makes the species especially vulnerable to extinction, as any loss of habitat or disturbance could make the population too small to remain viable.

Although large parts of the ecosystem are classified as ‘Protection Forest’, some critical sections of the Tapanuli orangutan’s range are still open to development, including energy infrastructure, mining and logging. Little is known about the Tapanuli orangutan’s life cycle and in particular its resilience to disturbance, and it is imperative that any activity that could potentially lead to the degradation of its habitat and direct threats to the population is carefully assessed and all measures taken to avoid any impact. Where knowledge of potential impacts is insufficient, the precautionary approach requires that impacts are studied and fully understood before any developments are licensed.

IUCN wishes to highlight that, with political will, conservation of great ape species is not only possible but can act as a major boost to local economies and livelihoods. There are several parallels between the situation facing the Tapanuli orangutan and the mountain gorilla (Gorilla beringei beringei) in Eastern Africa. Over two decades of proactive, community-based conservation has seen this sub-species of the Eastern Gorilla increase by at least 50%, and Rwanda alone is now generating USD 200 million annually from eco-tourism, a large proportion of which is built around gorilla trekking.

IUCN stands ready to support Indonesia’s government agencies and financial institutions committed to prevent the extinction of the Tapanuli orangutan.

https://www.iucn.org/news/secretariat/201904/iucn-calls-a-moratorium-projects-impacting-critically-endangered-tapanuli-orangutan

ALOUISE’S FIRST DAY AT THE FOREST SCHOOL

Alouise is an orangutan who recently entered the Borneo COP orangutan rehabilitation center on March 9, 2019. After going through a quarantine period of two months and the results of his medical examinations were good, Alouise was finally scheduled to enter the forest school class.

This was the first day Alouise entered the Borneo COP forest school. Early in the morning there was the first challenge. “Bringing out Alouise from her cage is not an easy thing. He is still wild and always bites when held. The struggle of the three animal keepers in 15 minutes is quite sweaty. This morning is just the beginning, “said Jhonny.

Alouise’s fear was still visible, all the way to jungle school, he hugged tightly, very tightly. Slowly orangutan Annie approached him when Alouise arrived at the forest school. Annie tugged him, invited him to play but Alouise got more afraid and embraced Herlina.

When Annie was a bit slack, Alouise suddenly held on to the tree and climbed it. Alouise climbed quickly without looking down again, and stopped at a height of 25 meters. “It’s a pleasure to see Alouise climb his first 25 meters,” Herlina said. “But how do we take him down?” She said again anxiously.

As the afternoon approached, Alouise still didn’t want to come down. The sky is very cloudy, the rain will come down soon. Nearly an hour we waited, finally with a papaya bait, Alouise climbed down. “Thank God, I don’t have to climb the tree,” Jhonny said again. (EBO)

HARI PERTAMA ALOUISE DI SEKOLAH HUTAN

Alouise adalah orangutan yang baru saja masuk pusat rehabilitasi orangutan COP Borneo pada 9 Maret 2019. Setelah melalui masa karantina selama dua bulan dan hasil pemeriksaan Alouise yang baik akhirnya Alouise dijadwalkan untuk masuk kelas sekolah hutan. 

Ini adalah hari pertama Alouise masuk sekolah hutan COP Borneo. Pagi-pagi sudah dapat tantangan pertama. “Membawa keluar Alouise dari kandang karantinanya bukanlah hal yang mudah. Dia itu masih liar dan selalu menggigit jika dipegang. Perjuangan tiga orang animal keeper di 15 menit yang cukup berkeringat. Pagi ini baru awal.”, ujar Jhonny.

Ketakutan Alouise masih terlihat, sepanjang perjalanan ke sekolah hutan, dia memeluk erat, sangat erat. Perlahan orangutan Annie mendekatinya saat Alouise tiba di sekolah hutan. Annie pun menarik-nariknya, mengajaknya bermain namun rasa takutnya semakin memeluk erat Herlina. 

Saat Annie lengah, tiba-tiba Alouise berpegangan pada pohon dan memanjatnya. Alouise memanjat dengan cepat tanpa melihat ke bawah lagi, dan berhenti di ketinggian 25 meter. “Senang sekali melihat Alouise memanjat 25 meter pertamanya.”, ujar Herlina. “Tapi bagaimana kami membawanya turun?” ujarnya lagi dengan was-was. 

Saat sore menjelang, Alouise belum mau turun. Langit mendung sekali, hujan akan segera turun. Hampir satu jam kami menunggu, akhirnya dengan pancingan buah pepaya, akhirnya Alouise pun turun. “Syukurlah ngak mesti manjat pohon .”, ujar Jhonny lagi. (WET)

 

APE DEFENDER TAKES CARE OF A GIBBON’S WOUND

This male gibbon has been in the cage of BKSDA SKW I Berau for almost two years. Surprising reports of increasing injuries in his left thigh area made the COP Borneo medical team immediately adjust the schedule of visits. Friday night, April 12, 2019 the APE Defender team examined the gibbon.

From the results of the interim examination, the following day vet Satria anesthetized the gibbon and began cleaning the wound. Many tissues experience necrosis and there is no external bleeding. The wound starts to rot and the peculiar smell of pus indicates that the infection has sharply smelled. The left thigh wound is finally operated on minor to cover the wound. While the wound in the buttocks is treated because it does not allow for surgery.

After evaluating the position of the cage that is too close to the bear cage, the gibbon cage is finally removed under the sapodilla tree but still gets sunlight to avoid humidity at the cage so the wounds are always dry. (EBO)

APE DEFENDER MERAWAT LUKA OWA

Owa jantan ini sudah hampir dua tahun berada kandang BKSDA SKW I Berau. Laporan mengejutkan adanya luka yang semakin besar di daerah paha kirinya membuat tim medis COP Borneo segera menyesuaikan jadwal kunjungan. Jumat malam, 12 April 2019 tim APE Defender memeriksa Owa tersebut.

Dari hasil pemeriksaan sementara, keesokan harinya drh. Satria membius Owa dan mulai membersihkan luka yang sudah cukup lama. Banyak jaringan yang mengalami nekrosis dan sudah tidak terdapat pendarahan eksternal. Luka mulai membusuk dan bau khas nanah yang menandakan sudah terjadi infeksi tercium dengan tajam. Luka di paha kiri akhirnya dioperasi minor untuk menutup luka. Sementara luka di bagian pantat dirawat karena tidak memungkinkan untuk dioperasi. 

Setelah mengevaluasi posisi kandang yang terlalu dekat dengan kandang beruang, kandang owa akhirnya dipindahkan di bawah pohon sawo namun masih mendapat sinar matahari untuk menghindari kandang lembab dan luka dapat cepat kering. Mohon doanya ya… agar Owa bisa pulih.

 

GOOD BYE UNTUNG AND UNYIL!

When both of the transport cage doors are lifted, the two orangutans come out and reach for the nearest tree to climb. Untung and Unyil returned to their habitat and have overwhelmed the APE Guardian COP team.

Thursday, April 11, 2019 is still nine days to commemorate Earth Day. Two orangutans were released by East Kalimantan BKSDA, Dipterokarpa and Center for Orangutan Protection in Berau, East Kalimantan. A number of invited guests from the Berau Environmental Office, OWT, Kelay Koramil and Lesan Dayak Chief participated in witnessing the release this time. Luckily, the APE Guardian COP team immediately evacuated guests to leave the release site. “Untung suddenly came down from the tree and chased the team that was carrying an empty transport cage. We immediately ran away. “, Said Hery Susanto, while catching his breath. It turned out that the sound of the transport cage was enough to disturb Untung, which made Untung turned around and chased them.

While Unyil’s cage was opened by Mr. Aganto Seno from KSDA SKW I Berau. Unyil, who was worried to approach the team, was the opposite. Immediately he climbed the tree and move from one tree to another. The APE Guardian team that will monitor Unyil orangutans at their new home will keep their distance further because of Unyil’s habit to occasionally approach the team. Both are still monitored and are adapting to their new environment. 

Releases have different stories  when the cage door is opened. “We believe, every wildlife has an instinct to survive. Rehabilitation efforts will never be in vain. The dream of returning to habitat is not just wishful thinking. Thank you for the support of all parties that have enabled each individual orangutan to return to their habitat, from rescue, rehabilitation to release. A better life for orangutans, “said Reza Kurniawan, Center for Orangutan Protection optimistically. (EBO)

SELAMAT TINGGAL UNTUNG DAN UNYIL!

Saat kedua pintu kandang angkut diangkat, keduanya pun keluar dan meraih pohon terdekat untuk dipanjat. Untung dan Unyil kembali ke habitatnya dan membuat tim APE Guardian COP kewalahan.

Kamis, 11 April 2019 masih sembilan hari lagi peringatan Hari Bumi. Dua orangutan dilepasliarkan kembali oleh BKSDA Kaltim, Dipterokarpa dan Centre for Orangutan Protection di Berau, Kalimantan Timur. Beberapa tamu undangan dari Dinas Lingkungan Hidup Berau, OWT, Koramil Kelay dan Kepala Adat Lesan Dayak ikut menjadi saksi pelepasliaran kali ini. Beruntung sekali, tim APE Guardian COP segera mengevakuasi para tamu untuk meninggalkan tempat pelepasliaran. “Untung tiba-tiba saja turun dari pohon dan mengejar tim yang membawa kandang angkut kosong. Kami langsung lari tunggang langgang.”, ujar Hery Susanto sambil mengatur nafasnya kembali. Ternyata suara kandang angkut cukup menganggu Untung, hingga Untung berbalik arah dan mengejar tim.

Sementara kandang orangutan Unyil dibuka oleh Pak Aganto Seno dari KSDA SKW I Berau. Unyil yang sempat dikawatirkan mendekati tim, malah sebaliknya. Segera naik ke atas pohon dan berpindah dari satu pohon ke pohon yang lain. Tim APE Guardian yang akan memantau orangutan Unyil di rumahnya yang baru ini sengaja menjaga jarak lebih jauh, karena kebiasaan Unyil yang sesekali mendekati tim dulunya. Keduanya masih terpantau dan beradaptasi dengan lingkungan barunya.

Pelepasliaran punya cerita yang berbeda saat pintu kandang dibuka. “Kami percaya, setiap satwa liar memiliki insting untuk bertahan hidup. Usaha rehabilitasi tidak akan pernah sia-sia. Mimpi untuk kembali ke habitat bukan sekedar angan-angan. Terimakasih atas dukungan semua pihak yang telah memungkinkan setiap individu orangutan kembali ke habitatnya, mulai dari penyelamatan, rehabilitasi hingga pelepasliaran. Kehidupan yang lebih baik untuk orangutan.”, ujar Reza Kurniawan, Centre for Orangutan Protection dengan optimis.

ADA COP DI KELAS PENGGALANGAN DANA MAVERICK

Bagaimana caranya agar penggalangan dana bisa berhasil? Maverick, sebuah perusahaan komunikasi dengan tujuan meningkatkan kapasitas LSM dalam komunikasi menginisiasi kelas ini. Ada Agus Nadi yang merupakan Vice President CSR Bank Permata dan Wicaksono yang merupakan pakar Komunikasi publik serta Hardi Baktiantoro yang merupakan pendiri Centre for Orangutan Protection yang berbagi pengalamannya selama di COP. Kelas diikuti oleh 50 LSM.

Menulis laporan yang komunikatif dan adanya alat pemasaran akan membuka peluang donor lain untuk masuk meskipun tidak langsung berkaitan. Perkembangan dunia komunikasi begitu cepatnya, dengan dasar yang kuat seperti bagaimana sebuah pesan bisa berhasil sampai ke khalayak dengan memperhatikan saluran yang digunakan tentu saja umpan balik yang diterima juga bisa terukur dengan baik.

Yang terutama lagi, pengalaman para praktisi tentu saja tak ada yang seindah teori. 

UNYIL AND UNTUNG ARE TAKEN OUT FROM THE ORANGUTAN ISLAND

This morning, the APE Defender team has prepared to take out Untung and Unyil from the orangutan island. Orangutan Island is an island inhabited by orangutan that are ready to be released. Orangutans living on this island, must be able to live with very minimum help from humans. Human intervention is only limited to providing additional food in the morning and evening. The rest, they have to find their own food on the island.

Untung, with his imperfect fingers is able to do the same activities with other orangutans. Physical disability does not prevent him from being released back into his habitat. Since December 2015, Untung has been living on the orangutan island with other male orangutans. Some have been released to the wild, and now it is his turn.

Unyil’s background was raised by residents in a toilet in his house and treated like humans both in terms of diet and behaviour. Finally he got his chance to return to his habitat. His abilities are not as good as other male orangutans on the island of orangutan, Berau, East Kalimantan. But he managed to convince the team, to become a release candidate.

The anesthesia has stuck in Untung’s body. Before it is actually working and makes him fell asleep, Untung climbed a tree, and stayed at a height of 10 meters. Now what? “We are forced to pick him up. Jhonny and Jefri, both climbed the tree quickly, Yes, we must be quick, then carry unconscious Untung. “, Vet Flora reminded the possibility of Untung to regain consciousness. “Untung!!! this is the last time ok. I will not pick up and carry you again!”, Jhonny said a little furiously.

The physical and health checks were again carried out by the medical team. Task division between vet Flora, vet Satria and vet Kiki made this process run fast. After the two orangutans entered the transport cage, the team proceeded by boat. The boat from the Sound For Orangutan charity music also delivered Untung and Unyil to his house. (EBO)

APE DEFENDER MENARIK UNTUNG DAN UNYIL DARI PULAU

Pagi ini, tim APE Defender sudah mempersiapkan diri untuk menarik kembali orangutan Untung dan Unyil dari pulau orangutan. Pulau orangutan adalah pulau yang dihuni para orangutan kandidat pelepasliaran. Orangutan yang tinggal di pulau ini, harus bisa hidup bertahan dengan bantuan manusia seminimal mungkin. Campur tangan manusia hanya sebatas memberi tambahan makanan di pagi dan sore hari. Selebihnya, mereka harus mencari makanan sendiri di pulau.

Untung dengan jari yang tidak sempurna (difabel) mampu melakukan aktivitas yang sama dengan orangutan yang lain. Cacat fisik tak menghalanginya untuk dilepasliarkan kembali ke habitatnya. Sejak Desember 2015, Untung hidup di pulau orangutan bersama orangutan jantan lainnya. Beberapa sudah dilepasliarkan kembali, dan sekarang adalah gilirannya.

Latar belakang Unyil, orangutan yang dipelihara warga di sebuah toilet rumahnya dan mendapat perlakuan seperti manusia baik secara makanan dan tingkah laku akhirnya mendapatkan kesempatannya untuk kembali ke habitatnya. Kemampuannya tak sebaik orangutan jantan lainnya di pulau orangutan, Berau, Kalimantan Timur. Tapi dia berhasil menyakinkan tim, untuk menjadi kandidat pelepasliaran. 

Bius sudah menancap di tubuh Untung. Sebelum benar-benar bekerja membuatnya tertidur, Untung memanjat pohon, dan bertahan di ketinggian 10 meter. Bagaimana ini? “Kita terpaksa menjemputnya ke atas. Jhonny dan Jefri, mereka berdua memanjat pohon dengan cepat, Ya harus cepat, lalu menggendong Untung yang tak sadarkan diri.”, drh. Flora mengingatkan kemungkinan Untung untuk sadar kembali. “Untung!!! ini terakhir kalinya ya. Aku tidak akan menjemput dan menggendong kamu lagi!” ujar Jhonny sedikit geram.

Pemeriksaan fisik dan kesehatan kembali dilakukan tim medis. Pembagian tugas drh. Flora, drh. Satria dan drh. Kiki membuat proses ini berjalan dengan cepat. Setelah kedua orangutan masuk kandang angkut, tim melanjutkan perjalanan dengan perahu. Perahu hasil musik amal Sound For Orangutan pun mengantarkan Untung dan Unyil ke rumahnya.

 

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