Build them the branches,save their sanctuary

Have you ever wondered what mishap we will have to endure, if only there is another species which is much greater and developed than our kind?How would you feel if you are evicted from your home? Could you stand seeing one of your fellows being killed every hour of the day? Try to be empathy with Orang-utans, friends. That’s what they are facing as we speak. Orang-utans are treated as if they don’t deserve to live on this beautiful world we shared.What makes us think we deserved this fine place more than they do?
As a matter of fact, they share 97 percent of the human DNA. Yes, in this blog, we are revealing facts and truths the world needs to know. And in this blog, we are fighting for Orang-utans, trying to serve justice for the extraordinary creature endangered by our own inhuman kind
Your simple act of support can make a difference for them. Come and join us here, together we stand to make the jungle a safer place.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

human with inhumanity.

1. Since small orangutans are easier to handle in the entertainment industry they keep breeding orangutans in captivity in order to keep the supply of babies available. After taking them from their mother and using them for our entertainment the orangutans are then set aside when they become too large to handle usually kept in cages too small for them.

2.
Orangutans used in the entertainment industry are torn from their mothers when born, kept in small cages on the set with nothing to entertain them for enrichment of their lives but forced to perform and “entertain” people many times a day. Their former owners regrettably do not provide them retirement income when they become to large to handle and are turned over to the Center for Great Apes sanctuary in Florida.

3.
Approximately 1 out of 6 orphaned orangutans are fortunate enough to be rescued.

4.
Nearly 1,000 orphaned orangutans are in rescue and rehabilitation centers.

5.
Just like humans, orangutans can catch malaria from mosquitoes and even die from the disease.

6.
If this rate of decline continues orangutans in the wild will be extinct in approximately 10 years.

7.
When creating plantations it is common to first burn the land. These fires often spread uncontrollably and orangutans are burned to death having no chance to escape.

8.
These baby orangutans are often placed outdoors in small wooden cages or chained to poles where they are exposed to the elements such as wind, rain and sun.

9.
When the rainforest is cut down or burned, orangutans are often forced to enter plantations in order to find food where humans kill or capture them.

10.
In Asia there is a big market for orangutan babies as pets.

11. Illnesses, stress, depression and death
are typical of captive orangutans.

1 comment:

tutttutt said...

Gosh, things are worse than i thought they were :(
help them, people!