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saving or anything after Indonesia forest fires swept into their sanctuary slash and burn farming in Borneo issuing haze across Southeast Asia Europe this reserve firefighter still struggling to contain the creeping believed after four days at the sanctuary run by the Borneo orangutans survival foundation all of the over two hundred eight moved to an island surrounded by a now for safety they're out of the fire but the threat is over annnnd forest fire could generate upper respiratory infection legalism we've already conducting general check up on her when you came here and none of them so different and so hopefully it won't happen everything infants are most vulnerable to smoke six of them under treatment for acute one on infection in another reserve intervened in western Indonesia the worst sort of slash and burn smoke in the country