Jungle Book Characters Face Homelessness in This Bleak Spot About Deforestation

Sumatran Orangutan Society's somber spin on 'Bare Necessities'

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The characters from Disney’s 1967 adaptation of The Jungle Book have, for generations, served as icons of the wildlife found beyond the reach of civilization. But that reach has gotten longer with each passing year, and now an advocacy group is using the movie’s characters to show how habitats are rapidly diminishing.

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