‘Pet’ orangutans rescued by Indonesian activists

Young orangutan Utu clings to one of his rescuers after he is freed from the wooden box that has been his home for five years.
The tiny primate, covered in fuzzy auburn hair, is one of three Bornean orangutans saved in Indonesia over the past two weeks.
Environmentalists and local officials rescued Utu and another youngster, Joy, from tiny cages where they were kept as house pets in West Kalimantan on the island of Borneo. A third orangutan named Tomang was moved from a village in the same…