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A barrow-load of mischief: Heartwarming pictures of orphan orangutans at play

Wild orangutans live only in the forests of Borneo and Sumatra and are listed as endangered. The peaceful creatures survive by eating bark, leaves, flowers and insects. 'The forests are being chopped down to make room for oil palm, a product used in foods and the cosmetics industry,' Charlie [Hamilton James] said.


A group of women workers at the British Oil Cake Company, Manchester take a tea break. Leisure opportunities such as this for women during working hours became increasingly limited as war progressed and placed a great strain on their endurance. WWI