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Orangutans are forced out of their natural habitat by palm oil and rubber plantations, logging, road construction, mining and hunting. Having gained permission from the rescue centre hospital director to document their work, I was there when a surgeon operated on an orangutan who had arrived blind and riddled with 74 air rifle bullets. He also treated Brenda, a 3-month old female whose left humerus had been completely snapped in two.

Image Taken: Sibolangit, SOCP Quarantine Centre, Northern Sumatra, Indonesia

Alain Schroeder - Belgium

Print Size: 870x580 mm
Frame Size: 1070x780 mm
Paper Type: Felix Schoeller True Rag Smooth Matt 310
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS CC 205 37

 

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Orangutans are forced out of their natural habitat by palm oil and rubber plantations, logging, road construction, mining and hunting. Having gained permission from the rescue centre hospital director to document their work, I was there when a surgeon operated on an orangutan who had arrived blind and riddled with 74 air rifle bullets. He also treated Brenda, a 3-month old female whose left humerus had been completely snapped in two.

Image Taken: Sibolangit, SOCP Quarantine Centre, Northern Sumatra, Indonesia

Photographer:
Alain Schroeder - Belgium


Print Size: 870x580 mm

Frame Size: 1070x780 mm

Exhibit: POS CC 205 37

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