Orang utan make comeback


Natural habitat: A mother orang utan with her baby hanging from the branch of a tree that was planted at the Ulu Segama-Malau forest range, now known as the Bukit Piton Forest Reserve.

PETALING JAYA: Ten years ago, a heavily-logged forest in central Sabah was nearly empty of its original dwellers, the orang utan.

The tall trees that once dotted the Ulu Segama-Malua forest range had been wiped off by loggers, leaving the area with bushes and only a few small trees.

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