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Wild fires that have been raging in Indonesia have completely covered large parts of the island nation with a thick smoky haze. Government officials are more concerned with how the smoke is affecting people who live in the area however the local population of orangutan that live on the island of Borneo have been hit particularly hard.
The Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) managed to free a baby humpback whale that had become entangled in rope of the coast of New South Wales. The young calf was first seen near Bermagui and was being protected by its mother. Unfortunately initial efforts to rescue the whale were prevented due to bad weather.
The Sumatran rhino is a critically endangered species and one of the last remaining males living in a US Zoo has been flown to Indonesia in the hopes that it will mate with females on the island. It is hoped that the species will be saved if the male is successful. Harapan is an eight year old male Sumatran rhino that was born in captivity in Cincinnati and was the last Sumatran rhino living in the Western hemisphere.
The Smithsonian National Zoo has finally named a giant-panda cub. The new arrival will be called Bei Bei which in Mandarin means “precious treasure.” The naming ceremony took place at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. at the end of September. Bei Bei’s name was revealed by the First Ladies of the United States And China. Michelle Obama and Peng Liyuan announced the name with the help of third graders from a charter school in Washington. The name was unveiled on a scroll which contained Bei Bei’s name in both English and Mandarin.
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has announced that Chimpanzees have been added to the Endangered Species Act. For decades wild and captive chimpanzees has different status. The FWS used to list captive chimps as just a threatened species, whilst wild chimps were considered as endangered. Under the new designation, from September 14th all Chimpanzees are now considered endangered.