Last week BBC2 aired a compelling documentary with the same title. I have to say it effected me deeply. I have been photographing these great apes in Borneo over the past 5 years, with Indonesia being the most frequent. Having seen them in the wild I found the piece particularly distressing to watch. Last night we saw the equally catastrophic future that lies ahead for the Pangolin. The unflinching spirits of those championing change and protection are truly remarkable. We can do better. These two images were taken a few weeks ago in Indonesia where I spent over a month leading tours. These are the fortunate ones because they're protected within the boundaries of a national park. The wider view is at 35mm, to give a better sense of the environment. The second was at 400mm.