Here are some heartbreaking photos of some starving orangutans being rescued from their home in the Borneo Rainforest. The forest wasn't really a forest at all as it was razed for a palm oil plantation. The orangutan have been eating bark to survive while clinging on to remaining trees as bulldozers approached. The animals were rescued just in time by U.K. Charity international Animal Rescue and the Forestry Department in Ketapang, Southeast Asia. Luckily the Palm Oil Company contacted the forestry department first before tearing it all down. The orangutan are still in bad condition but continuing to eat and get into better health.
Orangutan In bad condition
Orangutan Clinging to remaining trees