Ten-month-old orangutan rescued after being starved by owner
A baby orangutan named Budi has been rescued by a British animal welfare charity, after having been kept as a family pet and starved in a chicken coop in a remote village in Borneo.
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Licence to kill
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Udin was then sold to a farmer as a pet and kept alone in a small, dark cage - a terrifying experience for a young animal that would normally depend on his mother for comfort and protection during the first years of his life