These pictures show villagers in Borneo cooking an eating an orang-utan after it was shot in the jungle.
The villagers claim they found the endangered animal after it had been shot by hunters, who mistook it for for a deer.
They said they could not save the dying great ape - believed to have been at least 20-years-old.
One of the men who ate the endangered animal, Hanafi, 58, described the meat as delicious.
He said: 'Hot meat like venison, tough, but tasty, tastier than beef and pork.
Ignasius Mandor, 50, who also ate the orang-utan, said it was better to eat than leave it to die in the forest.
Having eaten the meat, he dried the skull on the roof of his house.
Other villagers were said to have been shocked by the news.
Three men were arrested by the Indonesian Natural Resource Conservation Agency on Thursday.
The head of the Indonesian Natural Resource Conservation Agency BKSDA, Siti Chadidjah Kaniawati, said an investigation found nothing to indicate the orang-utan died from a gunshot wound.
The images come at the start of Orang-utan Awareness Week, organised by the Orang-utan Foundation. More....