My Orangutan Encounter

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31 Responses

  1. TexWisGirl says:

    such soulful eyes.

  2. Beautiful images of the orangutan in the green!

  3. Haddock says:

    wish I could move like that from tree to tree.
    Adding a light music to the video would have made it better Indrani.

  4. Thank you very much for the suggestion Haddock. I will add music to it.

  5. Beautiful moving Orangutan, stunning Indrani.

  6. Viola says:

    WoW! Such gorgeous photos and you have also made a lovely video! I enjoyed it soooo! 🙂

  7. ladyfi says:

    Lucky you! What a great experience.

  8. Carver says:

    Wonderful captures of the unique animal.

  9. Gail Dixon says:

    Such interesting and beautiful creatures. Thank you for sharing.

  10. How cruel to kill the mother so the young ones can be sold as pets! Humans can be so selfish!

  11. The laws against poachers should be more strict! How could one kill such innocent looking animals… 🙁

  12. They are similar to human beings. But always assiduous and active…!

  13. What lively images !! My daughter just had a gala time copying the last image ..and for the 2-3 days she will be Pihurangutan 🙂 🙂
    Yes poaching laws ought to be more strict…

  14. magiceye says:

    That was a wonderful clip and lovely captures too!
    Loved your intro line 🙂

  15. Lovely pics In! I rubbed shoulders with them in Pattaya! Awesome creatures 🙂

  16. Such lovely Orangotangs! Must be really nice to see them from close quarters. So sad that many of them are killed for palm oil.

  17. Great set of nature images Indrani. Seems like orangutan is having lot of fund in his natural habitat 🙂

  18. Awesome pics and lovely video Indrani!!

  19. Great post and awesome pics. Love this fellow being 🙂

  20. I recently visited Malaysia but missed Borneo and kota Kinbalu , may be need to plan another trip to explore Malaysia

  21. Beautiful video Indrani..All the pictures are stunning.Yes poaching laws should be strict.No one should kill such h gentle creatres.

  22. Mridula says:

    beautiful captures and sadly some beings human beings never learn to respect wildlife.

  23. Joyful says:

    What a precious experience. I would love to see and hold a baby orangutan. The adults too seem like such gentle creatures whenever I've seen them in documentaries.

  24. eileeninmd says:

    Hello Indrani, awesome post on the orangutan.. They are cool! It is sad they are poached. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

  25. Jutta.K says:

    It´s wonderful, to see such animals in nature !
    Wonderful wildlife photography.
    Here is a new photo action
    Maybe you feel like, even to connect a contribution also here
    Nature and to animals, etc. is the thema.
    It would be an enrichment for my new action!
    I would be very happy.
    Google Translater exists.
    Greetings from Germany
    Jutta

  26. Lucky you! They're amazing animals.

  27. Thanks for posting this, Indrani. I hope humanity can avoid the extermination of yet another species.
    ~

  28. Fantastic shots and video of the critters. Have a great week.

  29. Jeevan says:

    They look so heart-warming… but how heartless some are to kill these precious/pristine species

  30. hats off to you for being able to capture these shots. It is so good to know and quiet relieving too, that they take care of Orangutans so well. These animals need nothing but care and love.
    Also, one interesting fact which I thought of sharing with you. Did you know that Orangutans have the longest birth interval among the mammal species? They give birth on average once every eight years 😮 🙂