Bye-bye, Bon Bon!

Welt / 16.12.2019 • 22:28 Uhr / 1 Minuten Lesezeit
Bon Bon, a three-year-old male orangutan sits on his keeper's lap during a press conference in Bali, Indonesia, Monday, Dec. 16, 2019. Bon Bon was seized at Bali airport in March after a Russian man attempted to smuggle him out of Bali. The Indonesian Nature Conservation Agency will move Bonbon in a conservation center in Sumatra before he is released back into the wild. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisnawati)

Bon Bon, a three-year-old male orangutan sits on his keeper’s lap during a press conference in Bali, Indonesia, Monday, Dec. 16, 2019. Bon Bon was seized at Bali airport in March after a Russian man attempted to smuggle him out of Bali. The Indonesian Nature Conservation Agency will move Bonbon in a conservation center in Sumatra before he is released back into the wild. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisnawati)

Orang-Utan-Baby Bon Bon, das am Flughafen von Bali im Gepäck eines Tierschmugglers gefunden wurde, wird nach neun Monaten in einer Pflegestation wieder ausgewildert. Die Pfleger verabschiedeten sich am Montag mit einem großen Obstteller von ihrem Schützling, der von der indonesischen Ferieninsel in ein Schutzgebiet auf Sumatra umziehen soll. AP