Protect Newly Discovered Albino Orangutan

Target: Siti Nurbaya Bakar, Minister of Environment and Forestry, Indonesia

Goal: Protect newly discovered albino orangutan, the most endangered ape species in the world.

The most endangered ape species in the world is in danger of extinction by mining, deforestation, and poaching. There are only an estimated 800 newly discovered Indonesian albino orangutans in the world. They must be protected at all costs.

These orangutans, known for their frizzy hair, have been adapting and thriving in the remote Indonesian jungles for over three million years. However, their discovery puts them in grave danger. Poachers may make millions on them.

Action must be taken immediately to protect this species before it is too late. Sign the petition and ask the government to enact regulations that will protect this endangered species from extinction.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Minister Bakar,

The most endangered ape species in the world was recently found in the remote jungles of your nation. There are only an estimated 800 Indonesian albino orangutans left in the world. They’ve been living in solitude for millions of years; however, now their discovery puts them at risk.

Mining, logging, deforestation, and violent poaching will rob them of their habitat and their lives. A species that has survived for more than three million years can vanish in the blink of an eye. I demand that your nation take steps to protect this endangered species immediately.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Marc Veraart

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7 Comments

  1. new great protections for the great new albino orangutans

  2. Stop destroying all of the land and animals homes! They need a place of their own too! This new species should be protected immediately!

  3. Mongoose Jones says:

    WHAT “albino Orangutan”????????? Yes, there is a new species of Orangutan that was discovered, and needs protection, but they ARE NOT ALBINO!

    • Domenica Ott says:

      yes, they completely mixed it up. there is no albino species of orang utan, only a newly discovered subspecies that is called Tapanuli Orang Utan and has frizzy Hair, but is by no means white!

  4. All of us are connected, the extinction of one is the extinction of the other.

  5. Leave these animals and there homes alone.

  6. …especially from the wealthy and the Chinese/Asians!!!

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