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In the Shadow of Orangutan

This 360 degree video from Borneo Adventure takes viewers on a journey to Batang Ai in Sarawak to search for orangutans in the wild. Amongst other things, the film highlights the unique relationship between the Iban people and the endangered orangutans. Currently Sarawak’s population of wild orangutans is estimated at 1,600 with 95% living in the Batang Ai - Lanjak Entimau region.

The film follows guide Paul Matthew on one of Borneo Adventure's orangutan treks in this part of Malaysian Borneo.

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