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FEMALE NARRATOR: There's trouble

on Bangamat Island.

MAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: Pregnant Ponti is missing.

And her baby is due any day now.

(Suspenseful music)

Serial truant Luthy

gives the staff a run for their money.

WOMAN: (Shouting)

NARRATOR: Recent rescue Taymur has

a breakthrough and begins to embrace jungle school,

while Clara and baby Clarita get a second chance

at island life.

But could a hostile reception mean disaster

for this little family?

(Screeching)

(Upbeat music)

♪♪♪

♪♪♪

Dawn at the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation's

Nyaru Megnteng Facility.

(Chirping)

It's morning assembly time--

the standard routine for the forest school students,

as they spill out of bed and make their way to class.

WOMAN: (Calling)

NARRATOR: But for two other orangutans

currently living

in the main compound, today is different.

(Relaxing music)

Clara and her infant Clarita are in for a big surprise.

They've been in this special enclosure

for almost eight weeks.

(Chatter)

Baby Clarita was kidnapped by a dominant male orangutan

on pre-release Salat Island.

♪♪♪

Mother and baby were reunited.

♪♪♪

But both were traumatized and suffering from

a blistering rash caused by the sap of the Rangas tree.

(Crying)

♪♪♪

Now after eight weeks of care, both mother and infant

are healed and healthy.

♪♪♪

And once-timid Clara has become a protective parent.

(Grunting)

Using a branch as a weapon suggests that she's prepared

to defend her baby from potential threats.

(Grunting)

(Chatter)

(Quirky music)

When her caretakers come for her, however,

she still trusts them as they coax her out of the safety

of her nest bucket.

♪♪♪

Time for a family weigh-in.

(Chatter)

♪♪♪

79 pounds marks a combined gain of 11 pounds

since their last checkup.

(Squeaking)

MAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: The veterinarian team has

decided that this family

is ready for its next chapter.

♪♪♪

They're not going back to their enclosure.

They're bound for life on Bangamat Island--

one of the pre-release islands where jungle school graduates

complete their education before they can

return fully to the wild.

♪♪♪

Their new home is a different island

from where Clarita's kidnapper lives.

So this move will give them a fresh start.

♪♪♪

The road to forest freedom for Clara and Clarita

has been bumpy.

♪♪♪

But hopefully this time,

things will be a little smoother.

♪♪♪

At Bangamat Island, a search team of local

teknisi staff is already hard at work,

scouring the coast.

MAN: (Shouting)

NARRATOR: Pregnant female Ponti has been

missing for three days.

MEN: (Shouting)

NARRATOR: The teknisi have checked all

her usual hangouts.

But at nearly 125 acres...

Bangamat has a lot of ground to cover.

MAN: (Shouting)

NARRATOR: In the wild, female orangutans

typically have their first baby

when they're around 16 years old.

(Dramatic music)

11-year-old Ponti is very young to be a first-time mom,

even for a rehab orphan, who tend to breed earlier.

So the team is concerned.

(Shouting)

Their calls draw the local residents

out of the shadows.

MEN: (Shouting)

NARRATOR: But there's no sign of Ponti.

♪♪♪

Then one taknisi spots something new.

♪♪♪

A sleeping nest, and inside is Ponti.

♪♪♪

It's possible she built this nest to give birth.

♪♪♪

An orangutan in labor can spend up to five days

in her birthing nest.

♪♪♪

She doesn't seem distressed at this point.

So the teknisi decide they'll come back to check on her

in a few hours.

♪♪♪

At the compound clinic, two orphans are about to

get a breath of fresh air.

(Squeaking)

♪♪♪

Kejora's worms have finally hit the road.

And Shiro's back in action since defeating

her double whammy of dengue fever and dysentery.

(Calming music)

♪♪♪

When babysitter Sri decides it's time for class,

Shiro's bravado vanishes.

(Squeaking)

Kejora, who has a reputation as an escape artist,

is keen to get out the door.

(Squeaking)

But it seems Shiro would rather stay in the clinic.

♪♪♪

WOMAN: Shiro, Shiro.

(Squeaking)

(Speaking foreign language)

♪♪♪

NARRATOR: Perhaps a visit to Kejora's

junior group two class

will be an easy transition to help group five Shiro

get back into the swing of things.

♪♪♪

It doesn't take long for Shiro to take to the trees.

But she seems hesitant about joining the younger students.

(Upbeat music)

(Squeaking)

Lucky for her, Valentino, Yutris, and Madara

love it when the older orphans show up in their class.

♪♪♪

Shiro reaches out for a game.

♪♪♪

And Valentino obliges.

(Squeaking)

♪♪♪

Just what Shiro needs after being so sick.

♪♪♪

WOMAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: At forest group three,

the daily snack basket

is at the center of all the action.

But one student hangs back on the fringes.

(Dramatic music)

It's five-year-old female Luthy.

♪♪♪

Luthy was kept as an illegal pet

for more than two years,

longer than any other orphan at jungle school.

♪♪♪

She's been in forest school for almost a year,

but is taking a long time to adapt

to the crowded chaos of class.

WOMAN: (Speaking foreign language)

(Squeaking)

♪♪♪

NARRATOR: Her babysitters make sure

she's not left out.

But Luthy's an easy target for some of her hungry classmates.

(Quirky music)

(Squealing)

Jumbo steals her soy bean snack.

(Dramatic music)

She gets a banana instead.

♪♪♪

But Jati pounces.

(Squealing)

♪♪♪

Luthy has developed a bad habit to cope with this bullying.

(Quirky music)

♪♪♪

Every day while the babysitters are distracted,

she takes off.

♪♪♪

(Dramatic music)

At the quarantine site, 16-year-old Kasper

has been in isolation for the past two months.

♪♪♪

He and 17 other jungle school graduates

have been waiting here for their health clearances

before their final release into the wild.

♪♪♪

Eight weeks ago, the staff selected

these 18 orangutans on the pre-release islands.

MAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: King Kasper threw the team

some unexpected challenges.

MAN: (Shouting)

♪♪♪

NARRATOR: But they managed to bring in

all the release candidates.

♪♪♪

Now their wait for the wild is almost over.

♪♪♪

They've all completed the compulsory quarantine period.

♪♪♪

And their final medical results are in.

♪♪♪

Kasper and all the other candidates have passed

with flying colors.

(Grunts)

But moving 18 large orangutans requires complex planning.

♪♪♪

The staff discuss the final logistics.

(Chatter)

They've done this before.

(Chatter)

Since 2012, the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation

has successfully released 167 orangutans to the wild.

♪♪♪

These lucky orphans are just 24 hours away from freedom.

♪♪♪

(Upbeat music)

In the dense forest near the new baby house,

the newest arrivals that are still under quarantine

are being encouraged to explore.

♪♪♪

Josh had a broken wrist when he was rescued two weeks ago.

But there's no sign of injury from the way he's climbing now.

♪♪♪

(Squeaking)

Nearby another quarantine student

is trying to make a friend.

(Squeaking)

Two-year-old Taymur has been aloof and even a bit mean

to the other newcomers since he arrived.

(Dramatic music)

Today he seems to want to bond with nine-month-old Topan.

♪♪♪

But the tiny tot isn't quite sure

what to make of Taymur's rough love.

♪♪♪

(Squeaking)

♪♪♪

When she slips out of the hammock,

the severely underweight infant

clings to Taymur like she would her mother.

(Squeaking)

♪♪♪

(Squealing)

Topan is desperate for rescue.

♪♪♪

So Taymur goes in to give some comfort.

(Squealing)

♪♪♪

This moment of connection may help both of them

through this early stage of their journey

towards a wild life.

(Squealing)

♪♪♪

But they'll have to put their bonding on hold.

(Squeaking)

(Chatter)

Topan has an appointment with vet Lia.

WOMAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: She's still half the weight

she should be.

WOMAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: But this little female

is making big improvements.

♪♪♪

Taymur watches as his little buddy gets a sweet treat.

♪♪♪

And for once demands no attention for himself.

♪♪♪

In the heart of Bangamat Island,

the teknisi have set up a new feeding platform

for the more intrepid residents.

♪♪♪

Borneo's jungles flood every year in the rainy season,

so being able to navigate over water is a crucial skill.

♪♪♪

Orangutans aren't built to swim,

as their dense bodies sink rather than float.

♪♪♪

But crossing a rope bridge is a walk in the park

for these arboreal apes.

♪♪♪

Even Kesi, with her missing hand,

isn't fazed by the obstacle course.

♪♪♪

She's become much braver since her arrival to Bangamat Island.

But she still prefers eating alone.

She can't sit in her usual spot under the platform here.

So she improvises.

As she munches away on her favorite turnips,

something catches her attention.

(Dramatic music)

♪♪♪

She moves in for a closer look.

♪♪♪

But there are no ropes to get her there.

♪♪♪

At first she walks on submerged trees

to keep her head above water.

♪♪♪

But then...

♪♪♪

She actually swims.

♪♪♪

This is very unusual.

♪♪♪

Drowning is a major cause of orangutan deaths.

But orangutans who grow up in rehab

appear to be more curious than those in the wild.

♪♪♪

Kesi's motivation for this risky choice

is, of course, food.

♪♪♪

What she spied were termites.

♪♪♪

And now she has VIP access to their nest

hidden inside the tree.

♪♪♪

She tries to suck them out.

♪♪♪

But the nest is deep.

♪♪♪

She breaks off a stick.

♪♪♪

And using her lips and the nub of her handless wrist

to manipulate it, she's able to dig deeper.

♪♪♪

It's a clever bit of tool use.

♪♪♪

Kesi's missing hand could be considered a disadvantage.

♪♪♪

But during her years at jungle school,

she's become a master innovator.

♪♪♪

Renegade Luthy has slipped out of her group three class

to play hooky.

(Upbeat music)

Babysitter Sri is on her way to group two with a plan

for a special foraging lesson...

♪♪♪

When Luthy appears to catch a whiff of a certain aroma.

♪♪♪

(Squeaking)

♪♪♪

(Chirping)

Whatever's in Sri's basket has got Luthy very excited.

♪♪♪

If Sri wants to get to her lesson with group two,

she may have to give Luthy a preview.

♪♪♪

Durians, an orangutan favorite.

♪♪♪

The stench of this fruit has been described

as like used gym socks.

(Chirping)

But for Luthy, it's heaven.

(Chirping)

(Speaking foreign language)

(Squeaking)

♪♪♪

There's a dark side to these fruits, though.

(Dramatic music)

They grow naturally in the forest,

but are also cultivated by farmers.

♪♪♪

The smell lures wild orangutans into plantations

where they're at great risk.

♪♪♪

When Luthy was rescued, she was being kept

as an illegal pet near a durian orchard.

♪♪♪

It's possible her mother was killed while raiding the fruit.

♪♪♪

Which is also likely how baby Luthy was captured.

♪♪♪

WOMAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: With her craving satisfied,

she takes off again.

(Chirps)

♪♪♪

Sri will eventually follow Luthy and return her to class.

♪♪♪

But first she sets up her lesson for group two.

(Upbeat music)

She plants the fruit in a kind of treasure hunt.

♪♪♪

Durians are a rare treat for jungle schoolers,

so there's no telling how they'll react.

♪♪♪

And the orphans the lesson is aimed at

aren't the most motivated students.

♪♪♪

(Wild animals calling)

Just up the boardwalk,

it's Valentino and his best buds

Yutris and Madara, who are about to sit Sri's test.

(Chirping)

When triple trouble are together,

class work is not the priority.

(Chirping)

Perhaps a putrid delicacy will change their tune.

♪♪♪

As babysitter Sri approaches, she's bombarded

by curious noses.

WOMAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: What's that lovely stench?

♪♪♪

And where's it coming from?

♪♪♪

Sri reveals a piece of stinky treasure.

♪♪♪

(Chirping)

And Valentino, as usual, makes a grab for it.

WOMAN: (Speaking foreign language)

(Chirping)

NARRATOR: It's time to put the

troublesome trio to the test.

♪♪♪

Yutris is first to spot the durian.

WOMAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: But surprisingly

it's usual class clown Valentino

who takes charge.

WOMAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: He even know how to untie it.

(Quirky music)

Sri has thoughtfully prepped the fruit.

♪♪♪

But the fleshy bit is hidden inside the husk.

♪♪♪

He solves the puzzle in seconds.

♪♪♪

Yum.

♪♪♪

Will he share with his best bud, Yutris?

♪♪♪

Not a chance.

♪♪♪

For Valentino, the taste of victory is sweet.

♪♪♪

(Chirping)

♪♪♪

On the Rungan River, the transfer truck arrives

at Sungai Gohong Village

carrying Clara and baby Clarita.

(Dramatic music)

From here they'll go by boat to Bangamat Island.

♪♪♪

Clara appears quite calm.

♪♪♪

And sleeping Clarita is clearly unfazed by the trip.

♪♪♪

Time for the final leg of the journey.

♪♪♪

The male who snatched Clarita is far away

on another pre-release island.

♪♪♪

Their new home on Bangamat will hopefully provide

the more stable environment this family needs to thrive

before their potential release into a true wilderness.

♪♪♪

The usual meet and greet crew is gathered.

But something's wrong with Kesi.

(Shouting)

She's unusually agitated about the presence of Paco,

one of the big males.

(Shouting)

Kesi's anxiety is a warning to the team.

(Kesi shouting)

Releasing nervous Clara, who is so protective

of her baby Clarita, could be a bad move.

(Dramatic music)

(Shouting)

The teknisi decide to watch and wait.

(Shouting)

They can't risk releasing Clara until all is calm.

(Kesi shouting)

♪♪♪

At the pre-release quarantine facility,

Kasper spies vet Lia, an ominous sign.

♪♪♪

She's queen of the sedation needle.

♪♪♪

So her presence can only mean one thing.

♪♪♪

15-year-old Stuart's been through this dance before.

♪♪♪

But Lia is super sneaky.

♪♪♪

(Grunts)

As the sedative kicks in...

♪♪♪

Stuart's off to dreamland.

♪♪♪

The team's equipping each release candidate

with a tracking device.

New radio tracking technology means that transmitters

are now so tiny, they can be surgically implanted

under each orangutan's thick neck skin.

WOMAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: The signal they emit

allows the post-release monitoring team

to find each release candidate to check their progress

in the wild.

♪♪♪

Stuart has his transmitter.

♪♪♪

Kasper is next in line.

♪♪♪

Forest school ditcher Luthy has finally reached her goal.

(Quirky music)

Every day when she escapes class,

she heads for the playground.

♪♪♪

She gets all the toys to herself.

♪♪♪

There are even new orange barrels to explore.

♪♪♪

But there's a catch.

♪♪♪

Official recess is still a few hours away.

♪♪♪

So the usual hidden snacks are all missing.

(Chirping)

That's okay.

(Chirping)

Luthy's got another plan.

♪♪♪

It looks like the coast is clear.

♪♪♪

She knows there's always fruit

under the long-term holding enclosures.

♪♪♪

But the real treasure is up above.

♪♪♪

Inside are older orangutans who are waiting for space

on the pre-release islands.

♪♪♪

But they're used to Luthy turning up every day.

♪♪♪

Now, what have they got here?

♪♪♪

Nope. That's the ticket.

♪♪♪

She's got an all-you-can-eat buffet

and freedom from pushy classmates.

♪♪♪

It doesn't get much better than this.

♪♪♪

At the new arrivals quarantine class,

tiny tot Topan is about to receive her first lesson.

Baby orangutans start learning from their mothers on day one.

(Enchanting music)

So it's never too early for a gentle tutorial.

♪♪♪

Orangutans mainly stay hydrated from all the fruit they eat.

♪♪♪

But they do use tools to collect water.

♪♪♪

Topan isn't keen.

(Chirps)

♪♪♪

So Mia decides to try something a bit more exciting.

♪♪♪

Borneo is a biodiversity hot spot

for carnivorous pitcher plants.

♪♪♪

The fluid inside traps insects that provide nutrients

for the plants.

♪♪♪

And can also serve as a great thirst quencher.

♪♪♪

Topan, however, has a different priority.

♪♪♪

WOMAN: (Speaking foreign language)

♪♪♪

NARRATOR: Josh watches with interest.

(Upbeat music)

And Mia knows just how to bring him in for a closer look.

♪♪♪

A little milk incentive goes a long way.

♪♪♪

Josh just wants his bottle back.

♪♪♪

But Taymur seems curious about these odd cups.

♪♪♪

His traumatic upbringing in Kuwait as an illegal pet

has made him a difficult student since he arrived.

♪♪♪

Today he seems to be beginning to embrace his new life

at jungle school.

♪♪♪

He's still a bit mischievous, though.

♪♪♪

Taymur's acing this lesson.

WOMAN: (Laughing)

NARRATOR: But with a wild classroom

comes hidden danger.

(Dramatic music)

WOMAN: (Speaking foreign language)

MAN: (Speaking foreign language)

♪♪♪

WOMAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: Borneo is home to

hundreds of snake species,

some of them highly venomous.

WOMAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: So the babysitters

don't take any chances.

♪♪♪

But someone's missing.

♪♪♪

Topan.

♪♪♪

That's enough learning for today.

♪♪♪

The search team is back on Bangamat Island

to check in with pregnant Ponti.

♪♪♪

The teknisi head for her nest.

♪♪♪

But it's empty.

MAN: (Shouting)

NARRATOR: There are numerous reasons

as to why she might have moved on.

MAN: (Shouting)

NARRATOR: So finding her is now urgent.

MAN: (Shouting)

NARRATOR: The search is back on.

But the team is running out of daylight.

MEN: (Shouting)

(Upbeat music)

NARRATOR: At the main compound...

(Chirping)

Alba--a rare albino orangutan-- has recovered

from typhoid fever.

(Chirping)

And is back to her role as queen

of her socialization enclosure.

♪♪♪

Today Alba and her entourage

are getting a new puzzle to solve.

Hidden inside this knotted bag is a tasty treat.

Alba can smell it.

But she can't figure out how to access the snack,

which is the whole point.

It's like a Rubik's Cube for orangutans.

(Quirky music)

♪♪♪

Unyu doesn't flinch when the queen steals his bag.

♪♪♪

He just steals hers right back.

♪♪♪

Maybe someone else has had better luck.

♪♪♪

Alba tries her death stare on Kikan

to see if she'll share.

♪♪♪

But she hasn't figured it out, either.

♪♪♪

(Squealing)

The queen isn't known for her patience.

(Chirping)

♪♪♪

Hang on. What's this?

Where's it come from?

Up above, Unyu uses his teeth to rip open the puzzle.

Alba hasn't tried that yet.

(Upbeat music)

She copies Unyu's method.

And it works.

♪♪♪

It's popcorn.

♪♪♪

This is a small triumph for Alba.

But she wouldn't have been able to do it without her friends.

So she shares.

♪♪♪

Learning from each other like this is a positive sign

for their future, as they'll be living together on a special

island created just for Alba and her friends.

♪♪♪

On Bangamat Island, Clara and Clarita

wait in their travel cage for the teknisi to decide

whether or not it's safe to release them.

♪♪♪

Paco still holds the platform.

♪♪♪

And nervous Kesi remains agitated by his presence.

♪♪♪

The big male has been busy stuffing his face with fruit.

♪♪♪

But finally, it seems he's done.

♪♪♪

Paco hasn't gone far, though.

♪♪♪

Female Ping, the official island greeter,

immediately welcomes Clara.

♪♪♪

Suddenly, Paco's back.

♪♪♪

Clara tries to escape, but Ping and Paco

are on her tail.

(Squeaking)

♪♪♪

This type of confrontation could be how baby Clarita

was snatched by a male on their previous island.

♪♪♪

If Clara doesn't get away, it could happen all over again.

♪♪♪

(Chirping)

One of the teknisi distracts Paco.

MAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: And Clara makes a break for it

with Clarita.

♪♪♪

She can't run from the big male forever, though.

♪♪♪

Then Paco gently sniffs her baby.

(Dramatic music)

♪♪♪

(Screeches)

This is a tense moment.

(Screeches)

♪♪♪

Paco lets the family go in peace.

♪♪♪

The last eight weeks at Nyaru Menteng

seem to have renewed Clara's confidence as a mother.

♪♪♪

This is a great fresh start for her and baby Clarita.

♪♪♪

At the main compound, some of the male residents

sound the alarm bells.

(Shouting)

Luthy's busted.

(Quirky music)

Babysitter Ruseini is first on the scene.

♪♪♪

But where's Luthy gone?

♪♪♪

Ruseini's going to need backup.

♪♪♪

Teknisi supervisor Muliyono is used to this drill.

♪♪♪

Luthy's been ditching class every day for months.

♪♪♪

So he knows how to wrangle her.

♪♪♪

But wily Luthy isn't going to make this easy.

♪♪♪

MAN: (Speaking foreign language)

♪♪♪

WOMAN: (Shouting)

♪♪♪

(Speaking foreign language)

♪♪♪

(Speaking foreign language)

♪♪♪

(Chirping)

♪♪♪

(Chirping)

NARRATOR: Got you.

Luthy's behavior is a double-edged sword.

(Dramatic music)

Ditching class shows that

she's independent and has initiative,

which are essential qualities to master forest school.

♪♪♪

But if she keeps skipping her lessons,

Luthy may not gain the skills she'll need

to survive in the wild.

♪♪♪

Her actions have more immediate consequences, though.

♪♪♪

She's missing out on play time on the lawn.

(Chirping)

Today the forest school kids get to try out

the new orange barrels.

(Quirky music)

Liti's not sure what to make of them.

♪♪♪

But big boy Beni's made himself right at home.

♪♪♪

He's even got his own popcorn dispenser.

♪♪♪

Beni's going to have to share, though.

(Chirping)

At the new baby house, it's time for bed

for the nursery school kids.

(Chirps)

The babysitters set up the laundry baskets

to the soundtrack of Moci's new musical instrument.

(Gate squeaking)

One student isn't ready for the end of the day.

(Quirky music)

Previously timid Wine is now so brave,

she even attempts an escape.

♪♪♪

With a little bit of gardening along the way.

♪♪♪

But the babysitters are on to her.

♪♪♪

That's enough fun for today.

♪♪♪

(Upbeat music)

As the sun begins to set on Bangamat Island,

the search team still hasn't spotted Ponti,

who could have given birth by now.

MAN: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: They have one more trick

before they call it a day.

(Dramatic music)

MAN: (Shouting)

NARRATOR: An evening food drop

isn't the standard routine.

But vet Gregg and the teknisi hope the sweet incentive

will bring Ponti out of hiding.

♪♪♪

MAN: (Shouting foreign language)

♪♪♪

NARRATOR: Hanyu and Sapa take advantage

of the bonanza.

♪♪♪

But there's no sign of Ponti.

(Shouting)

Then, a familiar figure.

(Uplifting music)

It's Ponti.

♪♪♪

And clinging to her side...

♪♪♪

Her brand-new baby.

♪♪♪

GREGG: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: Gregg needs to get

a closer look to check the baby's sex

and make sure nothing's wrong.

♪♪♪

He knows just what to do.

♪♪♪

Ponti's very cautious.

♪♪♪

But she seems to trust Gregg.

GREGG: (Speaking foreign language)

♪♪♪

NARRATOR: As they gently move in...

GREGG: (Speaking foreign language)

(Squeaking)

NARRATOR: Her baby's protesting squeals

are a reassuring sign.

♪♪♪

(Squeaking)

♪♪♪

The newborn is healthy.

And Gregg finds the answer he was looking for.

GREGG: (Speaking foreign language)

NARRATOR: It's a boy.

♪♪♪

Ponti takes the chance to eat.

♪♪♪

And her little one gets the best comfort food

a baby could ask for.

♪♪♪

Thanks to the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation,

this newborn has the chance

to grow up safely with his mother...

♪♪♪

And a potential future in the wild.

♪♪♪

(Dramatic music)

At pre-release quarantine, Kasper is recovering

from his successful tracking device surgery.

♪♪♪

But some information has just arrived from the team

at the release site.

♪♪♪

Two other big cheek padded males have been seen

in the area where they planned to release Kasper.

♪♪♪

If they stick around, it could mean the king

won't be returning to the wild any time soon.

♪♪♪

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