Simon!! Peach!! It’s good, isn’t it? So sweet! My name is May Sumarnae. I joined BOSF on 1 April 2002. I am the Animal Welfare Assistant. I also manage food logistics for all the orangutans at Nyaru Menteng. We source all our food from local farmers. We work together with 13 large farm groups and 29 small ones. Mama Yati! How are you? What have you already harvested? BOSF is very grateful for Mama Yati’s farm. It’s located right next to our center and doing very well. If we ever experience a lack of fruit we can easily get some at Mama Yati’s farm. For this afternoon Mama Yat has already prepared fruit which she will bring to BOSF. This is the fruit that we saw at the farm. It’s a Sunkist orange. Even though they are green it doesn’t mean they aren’t ripe. They’re ripe and sweet and orangutans love them. One orangutan eats 5Kg of food per day. These 5Kg may consist of 4 different types of fruit. This man is one of our regular suppliers. He collects different types of fruit from different farmers and also from the market. He supplies fruit 4 times per week. This is what our warehouse technicians do every day, checking the quality of the fruit. This one is still okay. Some orangutans prefer to eat the seeds, but many of them prefer the flesh. Do you want to try some? Today has been quite exhausting. We have received a lot of fruit from our suppliers. We received 1,5 tons of rambutans. We received 1 ton of melons and 2 tons of bananas. All of this fruit will last us 2 or 3 days, then we do the whole thing all over again. This is sugarcane. Orangutans love sweet things. Let’s bring them some. It’s snack time! Have some sugar cane! Here you go, Oneng! Praja!