Comedian Paul O’Grady returns with another Animal Orphans, and having previously visited Africa, he now travels farther east to find out about the rehabilitation of orphaned wild animals in the Malaysian part of Borneo. In the first of two parts, he heads for the orang-utan rehabilitation centre in Sepilok, where he discovers how the animals are being threatened by forest fires, learns about the damage that overfishing is doing to sea turtles’ natural habitat, and tries to persuade a gibbon to climb a tree – a skill it needs to learn before it can return to the wild.

Season 01, Episode 01
Paul makes his way to Borneo where he finds out what is being done to support the survival of endangered species as the show offers an insight into the important work being done by dedicated teams of experts and the challenges they have to deal with.


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