In 1991, the government of Taiwan, in a goodwill move, returned to
ten young orangutans that had been held captive in
Taiwan for entertainment
purposes, and as pets. They came to
be known as THE TAIWAN TEN, and,
for awhile, were taken care of by OFI. But, eventually, for
were removed to East Kalimantan, and
elsewhere. However, before they left,
spent about a month assisting in their care, and photographing them.
They were housed, temporarily, in cages, near the|
Ragunan Zoo in Jakarta, in the
garage of a house
outside of which a "jungle gym" was erected to
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