Today, only about 50,000 Bornean and 7,000 Sumatran orangutans remain in the wild. Their numbers have been dwindling as a result of deforestation. Human activities and development such as logging, conversion of forest to palm oil plantations, illegal logging, timber estate, mining, and urban expansion, are the major contributors to the loss of orangutan habitat. Additionally the illegal animal trade has been a factor in decline of wild orangutan populations. Currently the IUNC has classified both the Bornean and Sumatran Orangutans as Critically Endangered, approximately 2000-3000 Bornean orangutans were killed every year in the past four decades alone, representing a loss of more than 50% of the original population in just 40 years, a rate of killing which could see the orangutan populations reduced to extinction in the next 50 years. Semboja Lestari, nyaru menteng and Mawas National Park TANJUNG PUTING NATIONAL PARK & CAMP LEAKEY, are two of the world’s natural wonders, which MofoMofa directly are supporting in their quest to save the native orangutans and their homes.