Interesting analysis here: https://ft.com/content/479b9dd2-c738-4310-8b1e-afdfbd3921b0
There appears to be only 800 Tapanuli Orangutans left in Indonesia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tapanuli_orangutan
Most investors won't care--free markets, orangutans' "personal responsibility to survive," they had their chance, etc.--but some will perhaps. Two of the related companies that are the alleged culprits are Jardine Matheson, with its mining, palm oil and hotel interests in Indonesia, and related subsidiary Astra International. BlackRock and Vanguard are major holders of course, but there are also concentrated holders familiar to this board--First Eagle funds, Seafarer funds, and Tweedy Browne.