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Close encounters with Indonesia's orangutans

Indonesia has the highest number of endangered species in the world. Wild orangutans, in particular, face extinction within the decade as their habitat continues to be destroyed by deforestation.

Amandeep Bhangu travelled to Kalimantan where the national parks are hoping to raise awareness - and vital financial support - through tourism.

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