Melan was the orangutan who we rescued back in April, who had the head wound that required our vet to stitch the skin back together over the top of the head – a tricky job!This is the sort of wound that any individual would almost certainly die from if left untreated. Fantastic news reached the London office from our staff in Indonesia; Melan was released in September.She had been in a soft release cage for her safety while her wound was healing since April, healing and regaining her health before being ready to be released.
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