Chanee's wife and five-year-old son join him on a tricky mission to help a slow loris. These big-eyed primates may look cute, but they produce a toxin through the glands on the inside of their elbows, which they then rub into their teeth for added self-defence.
Chanee Brule is learning new skills every week in his attempt to save Borneo's threatened wildlife. His day starts just out of town with the rescue of a small baby macaque. It may be able to join Chanee's ever expanding number of residents back on Hampapak Island, if things go well. Hampapak Island is filling fast. Alongside his 150 rescued gibbons and 15 or so macaques, Chanee has a sun bear and a newly acquired rhinoceros hornbill - Graham.
Chanee is back on Hampapak Island where 'big bear' is growing fast - too fast. He urgently needs to find the growing sun bear new accommodation before he breaks out of his cage. The best option is the huge enclosure currently enjoyed by the 'pig-tailed gang'.