INDONESIA-ENVIRONMENT-WILDLIFE-ORANGUTAN : News Photo

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Mother orangutan Bela hugs her three-days-old baby named Belia at the Mangkang zoo in Semarang on April 22, 2013. Experts believe there are about 50,000 to 60,000 of the two species of orangutans left in the wild, 80 percent of them in Indonesia and the rest in Malaysia. They are faced with extinction from poaching and the rapid destruction of their forest habitat, mainly to create palm oil plantations. Environmental groups are pushing for stronger forest and wildlife protection and conservation as April 22, 2013 marks Wold Earth Day. AFP PHOTO / SETIAWAN (Photo credit should read SETIAWAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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Mother orangutan Bela hugs her three-days-old baby named Belia at the Mangkang zoo in Semarang on April 22, 2013. Experts believe there are about 50,000 to 60,000 of the two species of orangutans left in the wild, 80 percent of them in Indonesia and the rest in Malaysia. They are faced with extinction from poaching and the rapid destruction of their forest habitat, mainly to create palm oil plantations. Environmental groups are pushing for stronger forest and wildlife protection and conservation as April 22, 2013 marks Wold Earth Day. AFP PHOTO / SETIAWAN (Photo credit should read SETIAWAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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Mother orangutan Bela hugs her threedaysold baby named Belia at the... News Photo 167166796Animal,Cabinet,Embracing,Environmental Conservation,Environmental Issues,Indonesia,Java,Orangutan,Vertical,Young Animal,ZooPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPMother orangutan Bela hugs her three-days-old baby named Belia at the Mangkang zoo in Semarang on April 22, 2013. Experts believe there are about 50,000 to 60,000 of the two species of orangutans left in the wild, 80 percent of them in Indonesia and the rest in Malaysia. They are faced with extinction from poaching and the rapid destruction of their forest habitat, mainly to create palm oil plantations. Environmental groups are pushing for stronger forest and wildlife protection and conservation as April 22, 2013 marks Wold Earth Day. AFP PHOTO / SETIAWAN (Photo credit should read SETIAWAN/AFP/Getty Images)