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Semenggoh Orangutan Reserve is providing crucial habitat in Malaysia

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Semenggoh Nature Reserve is home to 30 rescued orangutans in Borneo. The reserve offers visitors a rare chance to get a good look at one of man's closest relatives.

https://www.mymola.com/visiting-oranguta...-malaysia/
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(10-18-2018, 09:22 AM)Matt Newkirk Wrote: Semenggoh Nature Reserve is home to 30 rescued orangutans in Borneo. The reserve offers visitors a rare chance to get a good look at one of man's closest relatives.

https://www.mymola.com/visiting-oranguta...-malaysia/

Interesting write-up about the Semenggoh Nature Reserve and the attempt to offer the forest man of Borneo a safe place. Could be a nice destination for those interested in visiting Malaysia and seeing orangutans. Welcome to the forum, Matt. Anything known about interaction between clouded leopards and orangutans?
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Hi Peter,

Thanks for the reply. It really is a great place to visit the orangutan, and learn about them. I don’t have any information about their interaction with leopards, but I would love to go back and learn more.

Matt
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Welcome to the forum @Matt Newkirk
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