When he was rescued Bujing was suffering from malnutrition, hair loss, and had gashes on his back. He'd been stolen from the wild when his mother died and sold for £30 (GBP). His captors surrendered Bujing willingly, and he was taken away on a boat with his liberators.
Picture: International Rescue Organisation
But there is good news!
Bujing has been right at home in his new sanctuary. The IAR operate a safe haven for Orangutans in Ketapang, West Kalimantan.