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.

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Orang Utan to the rescue!

1. Visiting the Zoo Negara
Aim: To gain extra information involving orangutans from the professionals
: To spread the message to animal lovers at the zoo because they might want to be
involved in helping the orangutans
2. Distributing awareness pamphlets
Aim: To make the public realize about the critical crisis orangutan are in
: To let the public know how they too can help these endangered species
: To promote our blog so that public can learn more about orangutans
3. Handing out surveys
Aim: To test how well do the respondents know about orangutans
: To let respondents measure their own knowledge and awareness

[ALERT FOR THE DISAPPOINTMENT OF YOURS: Amalina wasn't here today, oh and that is me. I thought we were going on another mission after this visit so I waited at my house fully attired, but suddenly the plan somehow was never carried on :'( so that's why my face wasn't in the picture of their activities. ok enough. and we prepared this 'report'. ]

okay, the English was bad, we agree. But hey,let's just focus on what she's trying to say here, :D

Hello peeps. Feeling tired fasting all day long? We were, too, but we went to the zoo negara today! With one mission and hope. None other than for the sake of our beloved endangered species, Orang-Utans. It seemed like Zoo Negara were running out of visitors, eh? Perhaps they were being absorbed with their handphones, doing business, busy at the office with their so called million dollars project. Development project , I guess. One minute counts, one minute can make you money, never mind the one minute of a baby Orang Utan with his mother, fearing that that may be the last moment he's going to see his mother ever again. Can you feel the sadness and sorrow for a baby to lost his mother? To survive on its own?

Here we enclosed some pictures of our trip to the Zoo Negara.

Feeling gay and excited , we started our survey.

Lucky number one

Wanna touch?

He is one of the workers there. He's in charge in collecting donations for the Zoo to build an elephant cage. We were so lucky to meet him! We only asked him to fill in the survey forms. Too good to be true, instead of just filling in the forms , he arranged a meeting for us with the zoo supervisor! A supervisor who expertise in Orang Utans, of course. Thank you, bro!

We met Encik Ishak Bakar. He gave us some info about orang utan and for additional information, we were asked to go to the Zoo educational department. We have to walk, again. Arriving at the yellow-painted building, we climbed up the stairs and met with the person in charged there. We met this lovely sis who guided us. But firstly, we have to run through the procedures for us students to make research there. Normal procedures, nothing much. We filled in the research forms and gave one copy of our survey forms. We were required to send reports for the results of our research. We were glad to!

The aim of our survey was to find out on how aware the public are about Orang Utans. Much to our surprise, Only 25% of them got it right! Little did they know what kind of crisis those cute little creatures were facing. Sad indeed for those who failed to have a love for this poor creatures. But not to forget, thank you for your time and most of all, thank you for supporting us!

Lastly, we distribute some pamphlets to the zoo visitors. Hope it works!

Hope the activities this day could at least change one's perspective of Orang-Utans :)


Syaza Suraini said...


RANTING said...

haha, default myspace akak en?


Nadia said...

Siap bgi pamplet lgi!xD
Nk satu!xD
Salute Akk n friends, 4 u all efforts!;)