Newsletter from the Borneo Sun Bear Conservation Centre
A free website for the Kotukutuku Gully (at Maketu). The website was built by Magic Maketu Project, and sponsored by the Ngow Family Foundation, as per the request of Kotukutuku Gully members recently. This is one of the many websites we have built recently. Free for the community.
We are pleased to adopt a sun bear from the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre, Borneo.
We are adopting another orang utan from Borneo Date of Birth: 2013Gender: FemaleInformation: Ruby is Saddamiah’s first child and Seduku thirdgrandchild. The healthy young lady has becomemore independent and always seen playing withher playmate Jubilee.
Kong cartoon’s new project – the New Zealand birds: native, introduced and extinct birds, is now available on the educational website.
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Mr. Baka was born in 2005. He is an adorable orangutan we adopt. He has been taken care of by some wonderful staff and volunteers at the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre in the city of Kuching, Borneo. Formerly a mother’s boy who clung tightly to his mother. Baka is now one of the centre’s most notorious […]