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Photographer Captures An Orangutan Reaching Out To Help A Forest Warden In Borneo

Recently, amateur photographer Anil Prabhakar captured a fascinating vision in a preservation forest area in Borneo. While on a safari with his friends, the photographer stumbled upon a wood warden who was clearing snakes, the swear enemy of orangutans, from the river. Just as Prabhakar prepared to take a picture, an orangutan reached out his hand to the man, apparently wanting to help him out. The wholesome photos quickly proceeded viral, leaving people in awe of the orangutan’s behave of kindness.

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Recently, a photographer ran viral for his touching photos showing an orangutan lending a helping hand to a boy in a river

Image credits: Anil Prabhakar

” Someone told him there was a snake in the river. The warden started there and cleared the bushes. An orangutan came to the banks and was watching what he was doing. He then came closer and presented his hand ,” Prabhakar recalled.

Image credits: Anil Prabhakar

The photographer said that the forest warden refused to take the orangutan’s hand, mean to tell me that he didn’t want to touch an unfamiliar wild swine.” The warden simply moved away. I asked him why later and he said:’ It’s a wild animal , not one we are familiar with ‘. But they are to protect them .”

Image credits: Anil Prabhakar

The forest warden who took part in the wholesome encounter works for a non-profit organization called Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation. His and 400 other employees’ task provide protection to the orangutans’ habitat, which is threated by rapid deforestation.

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The foundation, which was founded in 1991, is currently taking care of 650 orangutans.” By protecting orangutans in their natural habitat, a whole plethora of other flora and fauna are also protected. Protecting their woodland habitat is as important to humans as much as it is to wildlife ,” the foundation’s website states.

Image credits: bornean_OU

There are 160 serpent species inhabiting the tropical rainforests of Borneo and many of them pose a significant threat to orangutans. To protect these swine, the organization’s workers try to clear rivers of serpents and also teach orangutans to be wary of the threat that lies within the forest.

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With the help of rubber snakes, the employees help orphaned orangutans learn to be aware of serpents. Watch the adorable video of the training courses process below.

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