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The construction of a forest corridor for animals in Borneo is underway

Borneo Orangutan Survival, together with the Rhino and Forest Fund, wants to help the natural habitats of exotic animals survive, particularly orangutans, rhinoceros, and elephants. The project consists of creating a forest corridor for them, which will be built on the site of palm oil plantations.

Borneo Orangutan Survival pays special attention to the tragic fate of orangutans, rhinos, and elephants, which are constantly deprived of their natural habitat and even of life. The areas transformed by specialists are planted by various species of trees, which, creating a dense forest, are to help animals in danger of extinction move. Rare Indian elephants and Asian bantengs, mammals of the beef family, live in these areas