There were several viewers who sat with tears in my eyes as David Attenboroughs documentary rolled over the screen on the tv channel BBC.
the Documentary shows an orangutan fighting for its home in the forest, while a bulldozer is going to smash the whole place.
According to the recordings home becomes destroyed, because there has come a greater demand on the palm oil found in the rainforest.
the Cameras captured the moment where a desperate orangutan tried to push the bulldozer away from the trees, it had already harvested.
It was at some moments, before it escaped from the big machine.
the Video came first time out in 2018, where the International Animal Rescue used it to put the focus on how the rainforest is being destroyed.
According to the organisation was the video filmed in 2013. However, it has first gained viral attention in 2019 after it has been shown on the BBC.
Viewers of the british documentary was left behind in the outrage and sadness after the admission.
'It is really heartbreaking', wrote one for the documentary, according to the Mirror.
'It here makes me really furious. Stop destroying their homes', wrote another.
'the Recording of orangutangen, fighting against the machine is one of the most sad thing I've ever seen', wrote a third.
Through the documentary tried the host to draw attention to the many climate change that's happening around in the world.
To use palm oil for several things in the home. Including shampoo and chips.
the Documentary is part of the 'Our Planet Matters', broadcast on the BBC.