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Illegal forest for an oil palm plantation within a protected area in Indonesia.

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SAY NO TO PALM OIL. It's in products such as Dove soap and Johnson/Johnson baby products :-(

Say no to palm oil! It's not worth destroying a habitat and the beautiful creatures within it. Orangutans are critically endangered, primarily because of greed and the production of palm oil. Shop smart!

The single greatest threat facing orangutans today is the rapidly expanding palm oil trade. Rainforests are being cleared at a rate of 300 football fields per hour and palm oil companies often use uncontrolled burning to clear the land, resulting in 1,000s of orangutans being burned to death. Those that survive have nowhere to live and nothing left to eat. If something isn't done soon to stop the spread of oil palm plantations into the forests, orangutans will be extinct within 10-20 years.

Orangutan baby...endangered species!

SAY NO TO PALM OIL. Harvesters destroy orangutan habitat and kill adults for eating the crops (which have replaced their natural food sources), leaving orphaned babies to fend for themselves:( No ethical vegan can support palm oil.

Brands that use palm oil ----the best way to avoid palm oil is clearly to make your own stuff from scratch...healthier for you as well! READ THE INGREDIENTS LABEL AND IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT SOMETHING IS, LOOK IT UP--YOU MIGHT BE SHOCKED AT WHAT YOUR FAVOURITE BRAND PUTS IN YOUR FOOD

Clearing brings tigers to edge of extinction | Herald Sun "The tiger's greatest threat is the loss of their rainforest habitat, which is being cleared for palm oil plantations. Zoos Victoria is campaigning to move Australia’s food manufacturers from unsustainable palm oil to Certified Sustainable Palm Oil."

Orangutans, mom & new baby - Don't even try to tell me animals don't feel love!

There are thousands of Bornean and Sumatran animal species under threat due to palm oil plantations. Their dense, bio-diverse habitat is being destroyed at an alarming rate to make way for these large-scale plantations, leading to the endangerment of their species. The animals are not only losing their habitat, but the roads constructed for the plantation workers expose the forest to poachers and animal smugglers. These roads allow the poachers and smugglers to access the forest and capt...