The mid-air walkways saving endangered animals

Conservationists have come up with an ingenious way to help an endangered species – the Javan slow loris.

They've built a network of mid-air walkways to help them move between treetops, across land that has been cleared for growing crops.

And the farmers who own the land are keen to co-operate because the walkways have another special feature that makes their lives easier too.

A film for People Fixing the World by Daniel Gordon.