What is a group of orangutans called?

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A group of orangutans is known as a congress. They are large apes that are prevalent in Southeast Asia, particularly on the Borneo and Sumatra islands. They are omnivorous, but lean more towards the herbaceous side and they are about 2/3 the size of a gorilla.
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A group of orangutans is known as a buffoonery.
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