The fluffy friends pile high in a wheelbarrow as they make their way to class.
Having been rescued from captivity, they must attend lessons in the forest, where they are taught survival skills before being released into the wild.
Lis Key, of International Animal Rescue in Ketapang, Indonesia, told the Sun: "Human toddlers often protest at walking any great distance and orangutans are no different."
We've spotted lots of photos this week of the ginger cuties travelling by barrow in South-East Asia but this isn't the first time, as our picture – previously taken in Borneo – shows.
Many of these youngsters were cruelly snatched from their mothers and sold illegally as pets.
But now they are learning to fend for themselves, their future looks promising.
We bet graduation from forest school is pretty wild!
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