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A newly released, hungry Orangutan isn't afraid of getting close to humans to try to obtain food.

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Orangutan Escape
Natural World follows orangutan Leonora and her adorable baby as they are released into the forests of Borneo. Leonora is a graduate of the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation’s Forest School and has been taught all the skills she needs to survive. But after eight years of living on an island with private health care and twice daily deliveries of the freshest fruit and vegetables, life is going to be much more challenging in the wild. This film follows the progress of Leonora and her fellow graduates as they get to grips with their new lives. If they don’t get used to a life in the trees quickly, they could find themselves heading back to school…

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