Video Blog: The Wilds of Borneo

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WWF’s Kelley Ashford embarked on a trip to Borneo with Natural Habitat Adventures, where she was able to explore one of the most biologically diverse habitats on earth. This tropical rain forest is home to a high number of unique plants and animals, and is known for being one of two places in the world where the amazing orangutans live in their natural habitats.

WWF and partners work alongside communities and local government to protect the heart of Borneo and the vast array of wildlife that it supports.



  1. Vee Scotty October 20, 2017 at 6:06 am - Reply

    Absolutely true. As guardians of this earth we must strongly protect america the beautiful, it’s monuments, wild and oceanic life and delicate eco systems. We are TOO close to putting profit, which will never be enough, over the unmeasurable value of precious life and love. I don’t want us to become a third world industrial nation without a conscience.

  2. Barbara Resnick October 20, 2017 at 3:41 am - Reply

    Wonderful and inspirational it leaves me both breathless and hopeful!!

  3. Cindy Guarnieri September 24, 2017 at 3:02 pm - Reply

    We as human beings, have a duty and obligation to respect and protect all wild animals – wild, domesticated and Farm as well.
    We have encroached on their habitats and environments and these animals have no place else to live. We have to protect them and their environments. They are all living beings – they feel pain, suffering, loneliness, and neglect too, just like us. They are so vital to all of our environments. They are a part of Nature. And so many species are unique to only certain areas of the world, and that’s where they need to stay.

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