Moving picture goes around the world

Above you can see the touching moment when a large orangutan supposedly trying to give a helping hand to a man who finds himself in a river filled with snakes i

Moving picture goes around the world

Above you can see the touching moment when a large orangutan supposedly trying to give a helping hand to a man who finds himself in a river filled with snakes i

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
08 February 2020 Saturday 11:00
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Moving picture goes around the world

Above you can see the touching moment when a large orangutan supposedly trying to give a helping hand to a man who finds himself in a river filled with snakes in the jungles of Borneo. How to see it in the least.

It writes multiple media, including the Metro, the Huffington Post, and Bored Panda.

the Picture is also posted on Facebook at dyreværnsorganisationen 'Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation(BOSF). And the man in the river is one of the employees from the organization. He is actually in the process of removing dangerous snakes in the area to protect the endangered species, the orangutans.

For the image, writing, 'Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation' to the following:

'Let me help you? When humanity is dying of human beings, sometimes it is animals that must guide us back to the basics. It is the original idea behind this photo. Thanks to BOSF', writes Anil Prabhakar, who has taken the picture during a visit to the area Samboja Lestari.

Anil took the touching picture of the preserved natural area where the orangutans among other things, being protected from the poachers. Amatørfotografen Anil Prabhakar was even out for a walk in the area, when he took the picture.

the Man in the river, there is a maintenance man for BOSF, according to Anil suddenly interrupted by the large orangutan, who put his hand down to the custodian. He refused, however, to take the hand and removed himself from the site.

Anil asked subsequently, according to the Metro attendant about why he had not taken against orangutangens hand. He replied,

'It is a wild animal, as one cannot just care game with. But we are here to protect them.'

Here orangutangen got an eye on the man in the river and becomes very curious. Photo: SWNS/Ritzau Scanpix

Updated: 08.02.2020 11:00
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