Oka is just 6 months old and is pretty much like your average baby - she wears diapers, likes drinking milk from her bottle and has a cozy bamboo crib to rest in. She even has a friend, named Otong, whom she spends her days exploring her surroundings with.
The countries - and their respective rain forests - most affected by palm oil expansion are Indonesia and Malaysia. According to the Orangutan Foundation International, once these forests are cleared and the palm oil plantations are set up, any orangutans remaining are often killed.
Fortunately, Oka and her friend Otong were able to escape such a fate.
With the right amount of care and guidance, the hope is that both will one day be able to safely return to the wild. But many orangutans like them are still out there, losing their homes and struggling to survive in areas becoming more and more inhospitable toward them.