Florian Magne, founder of Huro Programme, with Luna.  Luna is the youngest and most recently rescued gibbon.
 Dawn and Espoir in their double enclosure.
 Sengrang (left) and Tangrik repair a bamboo swing in Biang and Emeraude's enclosure.
 Sengrang (right) and Biang.  
 Sengrang (standing) and Tangrik repair bamboo swings.
 Florian being inspected.
 Tangrik returning Diane after her brief escape.
 Tangrik returning Diane after her brief escape.
 Diane
 Nobin gathering water from the river.
 Evening game of carrom.
 Bimba setting food containers.
 Tangrik carrying water from the river.
 Tangrik preparing eggs for the gibbons.
 Pipan (right) and Nobin gathering vegetation for the gibbons.
 Nobin cutting vegetation for the gibbons.
 Insect and rodent repellant around enclosure.
 Pipan (right) and Nobin gathering vegetation for the gibbons.
 Pipan during feedings.
 Sengrang showing empty basket at start of fishing.
 Tangrik net fishing for the team's meal.
 Tangrik fishing for the team's meal.
 Tangrik net fishing for the teams meal.
 Tangrik net fishing for the teams meal.
 Schoolboy crouched by side of river.
 Tangrik net fishing for the teams meal.
 Baboo (center) assisting Tangrik (left) and Bimba fish for the team's meal.
 Tangrik (left), Baboo (center) and Nobin fishing.
 Tanrik, Bimba and Baboo (left to right) sorting fish and tadpoles for the team's meal.
 Tangrik preparing the catch.  The fish are slit across the belly, and the intestines pushed out.  The tadpoles are simply squeezed to eject the innards from the mouth.
 Preparing the catch for dinner.
 Sengrang gathering banana leaves for the gibbons.
 Sengrang gathering banana leaves for the gibbons.
 Sengrang gathering banana leaves for the gibbons.
 Sengrang knocking fruit from a tree.
 Florian (left) and Bimba repair Remi and Robinson's enclosure.
 Team members watching fish.
 Florian and Bimba (seated) discussing the daily gibbon observations.
 Florian Magne, founder of Huro Programme.
 Bimba making daily observation and record of the gibbon's activities.
 Sengrang knocking fruit from a tree.
 Temporary macaque cage in the shade.
 Neel paying local for a boat ride while scouting new land in Assam.
 Mathilde lifts a barbwire fence for Florian while scouting new land in Assam.
 Balram Rasha, a local tribesman from Zaramukhuriya, guides the team through the forests in Chandubi, Assam.
 Balram Rasha (in white), a local tribesman from Zaramukhuriya, leads Florian through new land in Chandubi, Assam.
 Balram Rasha prepares the boat for embarkment.
 Balram Rasha in his boat on the Meghalaya-Assam boarder.
 Pakseng A.Sangma, Meghalaya forest manager in Tura, showing confiscated pieces of illegally killed animals used for traditional medicine on the black market.  
 Confiscated pieces of illegally killed animals used for traditional medicine on the black market.  
 Local Garo boys watching the forest burning in Silsotchigre.
 Forest burning in Silsotchigre.  Garo communities will gather and burn entire hills in order to clear the land for crops, usually Areca nut, a recreational carcinogen.
 Forest burning in Silsotchigre.  Garo communities will gather and burn entire hills in order to clear the land for crops, usually Areca nut, a recreational carcinogen.
 Most members of the Garo communities participate in the forest burnings.  Children oftentimes carry lit bamboo poles to spread the fire.
 Forest burning in Silsotchigre.  Garo communities will gather and burn entire hills in order to clear the land for crops, usually Areca nut, a recreational carcinogen.
 Most members of the Garo communities participate in the forest burnings.  Children oftentimes carry lit bamboo poles to spread the fire  
 Forest burning in Silsotchigre.  Garo communities will gather and burn entire hills in order to clear the land for crops, usually Areca nut, a recreational carcinogen.
 Most members of the Garo communities participate in the forest burnings.  Children oftentimes carry lit bamboo poles to spread the fire.
 Forest burning in Silsotchigre.  Garo communities will gather and burn entire hills in order to clear the land for crops, usually Areca nut, a recreational carcinogen.
 Illegally harvested jaw bones hanging from Garo house.
 Nobin making new bamboo poles for the enclosures.
 Team members watching fish in the evening
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