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Stratford vet tries to save orangutan shot 130 times

Film footage has been released showing the moment a vet tried to save the life of an orangutan that had been shot 130 times.

Paul Ramos, from Stratford-upon-Avon, can be seen administering CPR to the animal, which had been found clinging to a branch in a river in Borneo.

The wildlife vet said he wanted to raise awareness about the plight of the great ape.

See more on Inside Out West Midlands on BBC One on Monday 23 September at 19:30 BST and on the BBC iPlayer here.

Filmed by Pete Jones. Edited by Catherine Mackie.

Stratford vet tries to save orangutan shot 130 times

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