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Pony now lives alongside seven other critically endangered primates in the animal sanctuary 'She slowly recovered and male carers were slowly introduced to her,' Lone continued, 'She didn't seem to be afraid of them anymore and she was happy with any company she could have. Eventually she was moved to one of the islands. Monterado Fridman, the sanctuary's Communication and Education Coordinator, said: Because of the lawless nature of rural Indonesia, her captors never faced charges for their actions. The heartwarming moment Pony was released into the orangutan sanctuary back in Orangutan's are currently classed as 'critically endangered' mainly due to their habitats being decimated by palm oil farming.