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Search results for: Sumatran-orangutan

HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDONESIA-ZOO
RTX7K0RT
May 22, 2020
Ojon, a 24-year-old Sumatran orangutan, is seen at a zoo amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak...
Bandung, Indonesia
Ojon, a 24-year-old Sumatran orangutan, is seen at a zoo amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak...
Ojon, a 24-year-old Sumatran orangutan, is seen at a zoo amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Bandung, West Java Province, Indonesia, May 18, 2020. Picture taken May 18, 2020. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana
RELIGION-EASTER/GERMANY-ZOO
RTX6RVOE
April 16, 2019
Sumatran orangutan Bini eats a hard-boiled Easter Egg during a media event at the Zoo in Berlin, Germany,...
Berlin, Germany
Sumatran orangutan Bini eats a hard-boiled Easter Egg during a media event at the Zoo in Berlin
Sumatran orangutan Bini eats a hard-boiled Easter Egg during a media event at the Zoo in Berlin, Germany, April 16, 2019. Picture taken through a window. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
THAILAND-ORANGUTANS/
RTX3G1B8
September 13, 2017
A baby Sumatran orangutan gets ready for a shower after arriving at a wildlife center at Ratchaburi province...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A baby Sumatran orangutan gets ready for a shower after arriving at a wildlife center at Ratchaburi province...
A baby Sumatran orangutan gets ready for a shower after arriving at a wildlife center at Ratchaburi province in Thailand September 13, 2017. REUTERS/Kerek Wongsa
THAILAND-ORANGUTANS/
RTX3G1AU
September 13, 2017
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand...
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand play after arriving at a wildlife center at Ratchaburi province in Thailand September 13, 2017. REUTERS/Kerek Wongsa
THAILAND-ORANGUTANS/
RTX3G18U
September 13, 2017
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand...
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand are fed after arriving at a wildlife center at Ratchaburi province in Thailand September 13, 2017. REUTERS/Kerek Wongsa
THAILAND-ORANGUTANS/
RTX3G18A
September 13, 2017
A baby Sumatran orangutan is bathed after arriving at a wildlife center at Ratchaburi province in Thailand...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A baby Sumatran orangutan is bathed after arriving at a wildlife center at Ratchaburi province in Thailand...
A baby Sumatran orangutan is bathed after arriving at a wildlife center at Ratchaburi province in Thailand September 13, 2017. REUTERS/Kerek Wongsa
THAILAND-ORANGUTANS/
RTX3G0XF
September 13, 2017
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand...
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand play after arriving at a wildlife center at Ratchaburi province in Thailand September 13, 2017. REUTERS/Kerek Wongsa TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-ORANGUTANS/
RTX3G0WZ
September 13, 2017
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand...
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand are seen in a cage after arriving at a wildlife center at Ratchaburi province in Thailand September 13, 2017. REUTERS/Kerek Wongsa
THAILAND-ORANGUTANS/
RTX3G0WY
September 13, 2017
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand...
Two baby Sumatran orangutans rescued by border officials who foiled a bid to smuggle them into Thailand are seen in a cage after arriving at a wildlife center at Ratchaburi province in Thailand September 13, 2017. REUTERS/Kerek Wongsa
INDONESIA-ORANGUTAN/
RTS7BL6
November 16, 2015
Staff at the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme carry three baby orangutans before being placed...
Medan, Indonesia
Staff at the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme carry three baby orangutans before being placed...
Staff at the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme carry three baby orangutans before being placed in quarantine at Batu Mbelin, near Medan in North Sumatra, Indonesia on November 16, 2015. The three baby Sumatran orangutans were recovered recently by police after they arrested wildlife traffickers who smuggled them out of Aceh province. REUTERS/Y.T. Haryono
INDONESIA-ORANGUTAN/
RTS7BKL
November 16, 2015
A young Sumatran orangutan looks out from its travel cage as it arrives at the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation...
Medan, Indonesia
A young Sumatran orangutan looks out from its travel cage as it arrives at the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation...
A young Sumatran orangutan looks out from its travel cage as it arrives at the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme quarantine at Batu Mbelin, near Medan in North Sumatra, Indonesia November 16, 2015. Three baby Sumatran orangutan were recovered recently by police after they arrested wildlife traffickers who smuggled them out of Aceh province. REUTERS/Y.T. Haryono TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FV3
November 11, 2015
Thailand wildlife officers stand next to a cage holding orangutans during preparations for the apes'...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thailand wildlife officers stand next to a cage holding orangutans during preparations for the apes'...
Thailand wildlife officers stand next to a cage holding orangutans during preparations for the apes' repatriation to Indonesia at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FV2
November 11, 2015
An orangutan look out from inside a cage during preparations for the apes' repatriation to Indonesia...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan look out from inside a cage during preparations for the apes' repatriation to Indonesia...
An orangutan look out from inside a cage during preparations for the apes' repatriation to Indonesia at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FUU
November 11, 2015
A Thailand wildlife officer hands a fruit to orangutans during preparations for the apes' repatriation...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A Thailand wildlife officer hands a fruit to orangutans during preparations for the apes' repatriation...
A Thailand wildlife officer hands a fruit to orangutans during preparations for the apes' repatriation to Indonesia at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FUS
November 11, 2015
An orangutan is pictured inside a cage during preparations for the apes' repatriation to Indonesia at...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan is pictured inside a cage during preparations for the apes' repatriation to Indonesia at...
An orangutan is pictured inside a cage during preparations for the apes' repatriation to Indonesia at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FUQ
November 11, 2015
Thailand wildlife officers hold a cage with orangutans during preparations for the apes' repatriation...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thailand wildlife officers hold a cage with orangutans during preparations for the apes' repatriation...
Thailand wildlife officers hold a cage with orangutans during preparations for the apes' repatriation to Indonesia at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FUN
November 11, 2015
Thailand wildlife officers hold a cage holding orangutans during preparations for the apes repatriation...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thailand wildlife officers hold a cage holding orangutans during preparations for the apes repatriation...
Thailand wildlife officers hold a cage holding orangutans during preparations for the apes repatriation to Indonesia at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FUL
November 11, 2015
A hand of orangutan in a cage is pictured at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand,...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A hand of orangutan in a cage is pictured at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi
A hand of orangutan in a cage is pictured at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FUI
November 11, 2015
Orangutans look on in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Orangutans look on in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi
Orangutans look on in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FUH
November 11, 2015
An orangutan (R) throws dust toward the media at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand,...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan throws dust toward the media at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi
An orangutan (R) throws dust toward the media at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FUF
November 11, 2015
A Thailand wildlife officer hands a fruit to orangutans during preparations for the apes' repatriation...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A Thailand wildlife officer hands a fruit to orangutans during preparations for the apes' repatriation...
A Thailand wildlife officer hands a fruit to orangutans during preparations for the apes' repatriation to Indonesia at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FNA
November 11, 2015
Orangutans look on in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Orangutans look on in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi
Orangutans look on in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FN8
November 11, 2015
Thailand wildlife officers and media stand next to a cage holding orangutans as preparations for the...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thailand wildlife officers and media stand next to a cage holding orangutans as preparations for the...
Thailand wildlife officers and media stand next to a cage holding orangutans as preparations for the animals' repatriation to Indonesia at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FMD
November 11, 2015
Orangutans are pictured in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Orangutans are pictured in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi
Orangutans are pictured in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FLK
November 11, 2015
An orangutan looks on in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan looks on in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi
An orangutan looks on in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTS6FLH
November 11, 2015
An orangutan looks on in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan looks on in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi
An orangutan looks on in a cage at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 11, 2015. Thailand officials are preparing to send back to Indonesia 14 confiscated orangutans. Most of the Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
MALAYSIA-ANIMALS/
RTS54LY
October 19, 2015
A baby orangutan clings to a wildlife department official shortly before she puts him into a transportation...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Baby orangutan clings to a wildlife department official shortly before she puts him into a transportation...
A baby orangutan clings to a wildlife department official shortly before she puts him into a transportation pen to make the journey back to Sumatra, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, October 19, 2015. The Malaysian wildlife department in July seized two baby Sumatran orangutans, found in duffel bags, from traffickers who were attempting to sell them to buyers in Malaysia. According to local media, the orangutans will be returned to Medan, Indonesia on Tuesday. The illegal wildlife trade is estimated to be $8 billion a year worldwide, according to TRAFFIC, a wildlife trade monitoring network. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
MALAYSIA-ANIMALS/
RTS52O5
October 19, 2015
Two baby orangutans are cared for at the wildlife department in Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia, October 19,...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Two baby orangutans are cared for at the wildlife department in Kuala Lumpur
Two baby orangutans are cared for at the wildlife department in Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia, October 19, 2015. The Malaysian wildlife department in July seized two baby Sumatran orangutans, found in duffel bags, from traffickers who were attempting to sell them to buyers in Malaysia. According to local media, the orangutans will be returned to Medan, Indonesia on Tuesday. The illegal wildlife trade is estimated to be $8 billion a year worldwide, according to TRAFFIC, a wildlife trade monitoring network. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
MALAYSIA-ANIMALS/
RTS52NM
October 19, 2015
Two baby orangutans play with each other at the wildlife department in Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia, October...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Two baby orangutans play with each other at the wildlife department in Kuala Lumpur
Two baby orangutans play with each other at the wildlife department in Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia, October 19, 2015. The Malaysian wildlife department in July seized two baby Sumatran orangutans, found in duffel bags, from traffickers who were attempting to sell them to buyers in Malaysia. According to local media, the orangutans will be returned to Medan, Indonesia on Tuesday. The illegal wildlife trade is estimated to be $8 billion a year worldwide, according to TRAFFIC, a wildlife trade monitoring network. REUTERS/Olivia Harris TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MALAYSIA-ANIMALS/
RTS52NK
October 19, 2015
A baby orangutan is photographed at a news conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, October 19, 2015. The...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A baby orangutan is photographed at a news conference in Kuala Lumpur
A baby orangutan is photographed at a news conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, October 19, 2015. The Malaysian wildlife department in July seized two baby Sumatran orangutans, found in duffel bags, from traffickers who were attempting to sell them to buyers in Malaysia. According to local media, the orangutans will be returned to Medan, Indonesia on Tuesday. The illegal wildlife trade is estimated to be $8 billion a year worldwide, according to TRAFFIC, a wildlife trade monitoring network. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
MALAYSIA-ANIMALS/
RTS52NG
October 19, 2015
Two baby orangutans are photographed at a news conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia, October 19, 2015....
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Two baby orangutans are photographed at a news conference in Kuala Lumpur
Two baby orangutans are photographed at a news conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia, October 19, 2015. The Malaysian wildlife department in July seized two baby Sumatran orangutans, found in duffel bags, from traffickers who were attempting to sell them to buyers in Malaysia. According to local media, the orangutans will be returned to Medan, Indonesia on Tuesday. The illegal wildlife trade is estimated to be $8 billion a year worldwide, according to TRAFFIC, a wildlife trade monitoring network. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
MALAYSIA-ANIMALS/
RTS52NE
October 19, 2015
A baby orangutan is photographed at a news conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia, October 19, 2015. The...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A baby orangutan is photographed at a news conference in Kuala Lumpur
A baby orangutan is photographed at a news conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia, October 19, 2015. The Malaysian wildlife department in July seized two baby Sumatran orangutans, found in duffel bags, from traffickers who were attempting to sell them to buyers in Malaysia. According to local media, the orangutans will be returned to Medan, Indonesia on Tuesday. The illegal wildlife trade is estimated to be $8 billion a year worldwide, according to TRAFFIC, a wildlife trade monitoring network. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU3I
August 27, 2015
Thai veterinarians collect the fingerprints of an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thai veterinarians collect the fingerprints of an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Thai veterinarians collect the fingerprints of an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU3E
August 27, 2015
Thai veterinarians collect the fingerprints of an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thai veterinarians collect the fingerprints of an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Thai veterinarians collect the fingerprints of an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU37
August 27, 2015
Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers collect blood sample during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers collect blood sample during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers collect blood sample during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU36
August 27, 2015
Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers move an orangutan onto a stretcher during a health examination...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers move orangutan onto stretcher during health examination at Kao...
Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers move an orangutan onto a stretcher during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU35
August 27, 2015
Thai veterinarians collect blood sample from an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thai veterinarians collect blood sample of an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Thai veterinarians collect blood sample from an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU2V
August 27, 2015
A two-year-old orangutan hugs its mother who is recovering after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A two-year-old orangutan hugs its mother who is recovering after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
A two-year-old orangutan hugs its mother who is recovering after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU2P
August 27, 2015
A two-year-old orangutan hugs its mother who is recovering after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A two-year-old orangutan hugs its mother who is recovering after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
A two-year-old orangutan hugs its mother who is recovering after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU2M
August 27, 2015
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a...
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU2I
August 27, 2015
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to cage after health...
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU2H
August 27, 2015
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a...
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU0Z
August 27, 2015
An orangutan has its skull measured during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan has its skull measured during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre...
An orangutan has its skull measured during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU0N
August 27, 2015
A Thai veterinarian takes a picture of a 2-year-old orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thai veterinarian takes a picture of a 2-year-old orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
A Thai veterinarian takes a picture of a 2-year-old orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTZK
August 27, 2015
Thai veterinarians collect finger prints of 2-years-old orangutan during a health examination at Kao...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thai veterinarians collect finger prints of 2-years-old orangutan during a health examination at Kao...
Thai veterinarians collect finger prints of 2-years-old orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTZI
August 27, 2015
A two-year-old orangutan reacts as Thai veterinarians collect blood sample during a health examination...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A two-year-old orangutan reacts as Thai veterinarians collect blood sample during a health examination...
A two-year-old orangutan reacts as Thai veterinarians collect blood sample during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTYQ
August 27, 2015
A wildlife officer prepares an anesthesia to inject on orangutans before a health examination at Kao...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A wildlife officer prepares an anesthesia to inject on orangutans before a health examination at Kao...
A wildlife officer prepares an anesthesia to inject on orangutans before a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTYP
August 27, 2015
Wildlife officers measure an orangutan's weight during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Wildlife officers measure an orangutan's weight during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation...
Wildlife officers measure an orangutan's weight during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTYO
August 27, 2015
Wildlife officers carry an orangutan after an injection of anesthesia during a health examination at...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Wildlife officers carry orangutan after injection of anesthesia during health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Wildlife officers carry an orangutan after an injection of anesthesia during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTXV
August 27, 2015
A wildlife officer stands next to orangutans in a cage before a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A wildlife officer stands next to orangutans in a cage before a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
A wildlife officer stands next to orangutans in a cage before a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTXO
August 27, 2015
An orangutan looks on from inside its enclosure at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi,...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan looks on from inside its enclosure at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi
An orangutan looks on from inside its enclosure at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTX5
August 27, 2015
A two-year-old orangutan looks on as vets draw blood samples from him at Kao Pratubchang Conservation...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A two-year-old orangutan looks on as he has blood samples taken from him at Kao Pratubchang Conservation...
A two-year-old orangutan looks on as vets draw blood samples from him at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
RUSSIA-ANIMALS/
RTX1P8BG
August 22, 2015
Visitors look at a Sumatran orangutan at the Moscow Zoo, Russia, August 22, 2015. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev...
Moscow, Russia
Visitors look at a Sumatran orangutan at the Moscow Zoo
Visitors look at a Sumatran orangutan at the Moscow Zoo, Russia, August 22, 2015. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev
MALAYSIA/
RTR3BCK6
December 08, 2012
An eye tracking equipment is put on captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" at Malaysia's National...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
An eye tracking equipment is put on captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" at Malaysia's National...
An eye tracking equipment is put on captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" at Malaysia's National Zoo in Kuala Lumpur December 8, 2012. A team from the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, led by neuroscientist Dr Neil Mennie, is studying the eye movements of the seven year old orangutan in the last 18 months to explain some of the mysteries of the visual brain and improve the lives of captive bred animals, as reported in a news release. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
MALAYSIA/
RTR3BCJS
December 08, 2012
Captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami", wearing eye tracking equipment, is monitored by neuroscientist...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami", wearing eye tracking equipment, is monitored by neuroscientist...
Captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami", wearing eye tracking equipment, is monitored by neuroscientist Dr Neil Mennie (R) and zoo keeper Sharullizan Ramli at Malaysia's National Zoo in Kuala Lumpur December 8, 2012. A team from the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, led by Dr Mennie, is studying the eye movements of the seven year old orangutan in the last 18 months to explain some of the mysteries of the visual brain and improve the lives of captive bred animals, as reported in a news release. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
MALAYSIA/
RTR3BCJR
December 08, 2012
Captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" wears eye tracking equipment at Malaysia's National Zoo in...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" wears eye tracking equipment at Malaysia's National Zoo in...
Captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" wears eye tracking equipment at Malaysia's National Zoo in Kuala Lumpur December 8, 2012. A team from the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, led by neuroscientist Dr Neil Mennie, is studying the eye movements of the seven year old orangutan in the last 18 months to explain some of the mysteries of the visual brain and improve the lives of captive bred animals, as reported in a news release. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
MALAYSIA/
RTR3BCJP
December 08, 2012
The eye movements of the captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" is monitored on a computer screen...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The eye movements of the captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" is monitored on a computer screen...
The eye movements of the captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" is monitored on a computer screen at Malaysia's National Zoo in Kuala Lumpur December 8, 2012. A team from the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, led by neuroscientist Dr Neil Mennie, is studying the eye movements of the seven year old orangutan in the last 18 months to explain some of the mysteries of the visual brain and improve the lives of captive bred animals, as reported in a news release. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
MALAYSIA/
RTR3BCJL
December 08, 2012
Captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" looks on as she wears eye tracking equipment at Malaysia's...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" looks on as she wears eye tracking equipment at Malaysia's...
Captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" looks on as she wears eye tracking equipment at Malaysia's National Zoo in Kuala Lumpur December 8, 2012. A team from the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, led by neuroscientist Dr Neil Mennie, is studying the eye movements of the seven year old orangutan in the last 18 months to explain some of the mysteries of the visual brain and improve the lives of captive bred animals, as reported in a news release. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MALAYSIA/
RTR3BCJK
December 08, 2012
An eye tracking equipment is put on captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" at Malaysia's National...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
An eye tracking equipment is put on captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" at Malaysia's National...
An eye tracking equipment is put on captive bred Sumatran orangutan "Tsunami" at Malaysia's National Zoo in Kuala Lumpur December 8, 2012. A team from the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, led by neuroscientist Dr Neil Mennie, is studying the eye movements of the seven year old orangutan in the last 18 months to explain some of the mysteries of the visual brain and improve the lives of captive bred animals, as reported in a news release. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BRITAIN/
RTR39FLT
October 22, 2012
A three day old baby Sumatran Orangutan is held by her mother in their enclosure at Chester Zoo, northern...
Chester, United Kingdom
A three day old baby Sumatran Orangutan is held by her mother in their enclosure at Chester Zoo
A three day old baby Sumatran Orangutan is held by her mother in their enclosure at Chester Zoo, northern England, October 22, 2012. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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