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Published on Jul 3, 2011
In the rainforests of Sumatra one wildlife and conservation biologist decided to fight for the survival of one of the most endangered species: the Sumatra-Orangutan.
The rising demand for bio fuel and palm oil products for the food industry has resulted in Indonesia's rain forests being cut down for monocultures. On Sumatra about 80% of the native forest is already destroyed, but thanks to people like Dr. Peter Pratje there is still hope for the last remaining paradises on earth.
A talk about endurance, passion and fulfilled childhood dreams.
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