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Orangutans include 2 species of arboreal great apes who live Sumatra and Borneo, both islands in Southeast Asia. The word orangutan comes from the Malay orang hutan, "man of the forest."
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Orangutan Facts. 201. In Malay orang means “person” and utan is derived from hutan, which means “forest.” Thus, orangutan literally means “person of the forest  ...

www.orangutan.org.au/about-orangutans/orangutan-facts

Orangutans are great apes, as opposed to monkeys, and are closely related to humans, having 97% of DNA in common. Orangutans are extremely patient and ...

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Orangutans are born with an ability to reason and think. This large, gentle red ape is one of humankind's closest relatives, sharing nearly 97% of the same DNA .

www.discoverwildlife.com/animals/mammals/10-amazing-orangutan-facts-you-need-know

Aug 19, 2015 ... 10 things you didn't know about orangutans – discover more about these gentle and enigmatic apes of Borneo and Sumatra.

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As nighttime approaches in a tropical rain forest in parts of Sumatra and Borneo in Asia, orangutans prepare for sleep. In forks of trees high off the ground, ...

www.livescience.com/55088-orangutans.html

Jun 16, 2016 ... Apes, such as the orangutan, have long arms ideally suited for swinging in trees and vines, whereas monkeys often have tails for grasping ...

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Interesting Facts. Courtesy of Wikipedia Largest living arboreal animals. Orangutans possess 32 teeth, the same number present in Humans. It is believed that ...

www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/animals/general-animals/ten-facts-about-orang-utans

Check out fascinating orangutan facts and photos here at Nat Geo Kids. Learn where orangutans live, what they eat, how they communicate and more!

www.orangutans.com.au/Orangutans-Survival-Information/Orangutan-Facts.aspx

Orangutans are part of the great ape family, so they don't have a tail and tend to be larger and heavier than monkeys, even though they are both primates.