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Zwierzęta z plantacji palm olejowych - Abaca (27)

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Deforestation due to plant palm oil plantations are pictured from the helicopter, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered Bornean and Sumatran orangutans. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Bushy-crested hornbils are pictured in front of Gomantong Caves access as they search dead birds, near Kinabatangan River, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Bushy-crested hornbils are pictured in front of Gomantong Caves access as they search dead birds, near Kinabatangan River, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Probably, first time ever Bushy-crested hornbill is pictured as it eat a bird. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A bird flies in Danum Valley Conservation Area near, on August 5, 2019 near Lahad Datu city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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General view of Danum Valley Conservation Area, on August 5, 2019 near Lahad Datu city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered Bornean and Sumatran orangutans. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Deforestation due to plant palm oil plantations are pictured from the helicopter, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered Bornean and Sumatran orangutans. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A man harvest palm fruits, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered Bornean and Sumatran orangutans. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A man harvest palm fruits, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered Bornean and Sumatran orangutans. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Palm fruits are detailed on the field, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered Bornean and Sumatran orangutans. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Floating villages are pictured around the Gaya Island, on August 5, 2019 near Kota Kinabalu city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A female orangutan (orang-outan) tries to cross from a tree to other tree in Danum Valley Conservation Area, on August 5, 2019 near Lahad Datu city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered Bornean and Sumatran orangutans. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A young orangutan (orang-outan) cross from the a branch to other branch in Danum Valley Conservation Area, on August 5, 2019 near Lahad Datu city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered Bornean and Sumatran orangutans. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A young orangutan (orang-outan) eats jackfruit near the Gomantong caves, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered Bornean and Sumatran orangutans. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A new born baby orangutan (orang-outan) eats banana next the mother at the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered Bornean and Sumatran orangutans. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A red leaf monkey eats bangkular fruits in Danum Valley Conservation Area, on August 5, 2019 near Lahad Datu city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered red leaf monkeys. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A red leaf monkey eats bangkular fruits in Danum Valley Conservation Area, on August 5, 2019 near Lahad Datu city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered red leaf monkeys. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A red Leaf monkey runs on the ground in Danum Valley Conservation Area, on August 5, 2019 near Lahad Datu city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered red leaf monkeys. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A silver Leaf monkey stands on the artificial branch with her baby at Labuk bay, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered silver monkeys. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A new born silver Leaf monkey is pictured on her mother's lap at Labuk bay, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered silver monkeys. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A western tarsier is pictured in Danum Valley Conservation Area, on August 5, 2019 near Lahad Datu city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered western tarsier primates. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A male proboscis monkey is pictured near the Kinabatangan River, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endemic proboscis monkeys. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A female proboscis monkey is pictured with her baby at Labuk bay, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endemic proboscis monkeys. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Deforestation due to plant palm oil plantations are seen along the Kinabatangan River, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered Bornean and Sumatran orangutans. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Proboscis monkeys are pictured near the Kinabatangan River, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endemic proboscis monkeys. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A masked palm civet is pictured in Danum Valley Conservation Area, on August 5, 2019 near Lahad Datu city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered masked palm civets. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Proboscis monkeys are pictured at Labuk bay, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endemic proboscis monkeys. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Bornean elephants are pictured near the Kinabatangan River, on August 5, 2019 near Sandakan city, State of Sabah, North of Borneo Island, Malaysia. Palm oil plantations are cutting down primary and secondary forests vital as habitat for wildlife including the critically endangered Bornean elephants. Photo by Emy/ABACAPRESS.COM

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