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A cute baby orangutan that was kept as a pet was rescued after being tied to a tree by its neck

Adorable baby orangutan is rescued after being tied to a tree by its NECK and kept as a PET in Indonesia

  • International Animal Rescue was informed about the pet in the Sungai District, Indonesia
  • The monkey, named Kenaya, was persuaded and taken to a rehabilitation center
  • She was diagnosed with skin disease and a suspected respiratory infection
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A cute baby orangutan that was kept as a pet and was attached to a tree by its neck has been saved.

The recordings were made by a team from International Animal Rescue (IAR) who were warned about the female orangutan being held in Sungai District, Indonesia.

In the video, two boats race across the water as they sail to the remote village.

Once arrived, they found the one-year-old monkey named Kenaya, tied to a nearby tree by a rope wrapped around her throat.

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A volunteer stands at the bottom of the tree and manages to bring down Kenaya.

He then slowly walks her away from her owner's house, who is supposed to be a man named Yance.

A cute baby orangutan that was kept as a pet was rescued after being tied to a tree by its neck

A cute baby orangutan that was kept as a pet was rescued after being tied to a tree by its neck

The recordings were made by rescuers from International Animal Rescue (IAR) who were warned about the female orangutan being held in Sungai District, Indonesia

The recordings were made by rescuers from International Animal Rescue (IAR) who were warned about the female orangutan being held in Sungai District, Indonesia

The recordings were made by rescuers from International Animal Rescue (IAR) who were warned about the female orangutan being held in Sungai District, Indonesia

They found the one-year-old monkey named Kenaya, tied to a nearby tree by a rope wrapped around her throat

They found the one-year-old monkey named Kenaya, tied to a nearby tree by a rope wrapped around her throat

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They found the one-year-old monkey named Kenaya, tied to a nearby tree by a rope wrapped around her throat

Kenaya is patiently in the arms of a member of the rescue team as they perform some medical preparations and listen to her heartbeat.

They carefully remove the chain around her neck while a rescuer holds the monkey's hand.

She then gets milk from a bottle and has her wounds cleaned.

Kenaya got milk from a bottle and had to undergo some medical checks and had her wounds cleaned

Kenaya got milk from a bottle and had to undergo some medical checks and had her wounds cleaned

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Kenaya got milk from a bottle and had to undergo some medical checks and had her wounds cleaned

She was placed in a wooden crate and carried by the village while the rescue group took her for further treatment

She was placed in a wooden crate and carried by the village while the rescue group took her for further treatment

She was placed in a wooden crate and carried by the village while the rescue group took her for further treatment

The team then put her in a wooden crate and carried her through the village to get her on one of the boats.

It is transported directly to the IAR Rehabilitation Center of IAR in Ketapang, also in Indonesia.

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Kenaya was diagnosed with a skin disease and was also suspected of suffering from a respiratory tract infection, but is said to be in a stable state.

The team transported her directly to an orangutan rehabilitation center in Ketapang, Indonesia

The team transported her directly to an orangutan rehabilitation center in Ketapang, Indonesia

The team transported her directly to an orangutan rehabilitation center in Ketapang, Indonesia

Kenaya was diagnosed with a skin disease and was also suspected of suffering from a respiratory tract infection, but is said to be in a stable state

Kenaya was diagnosed with a skin disease and was also suspected of suffering from a respiratory tract infection, but is said to be in a stable state

Kenaya was diagnosed with a skin disease and was also suspected of suffering from a respiratory tract infection, but is said to be in a stable state

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