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Orangutan Facts – Sumatran Orangutan Society


Orangutans are a Great Ape along with gorillas, chimpanzees and bonobos. The Great Apes have large brains, forward-facing eyes and gripping hands.

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Orangutan Facts In Malay orang means "person" and utan is derived from hutan, which means "forest." Thus, orangutan literally means "person of the forest"

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Where Do Orangutans Live? And Nine Other Orangutan Facts ...


Feb 24, 2014 ... Orangutans live in the forests of Sumatra and Borneo. Learn a bit more about the species and what WWF is doing to help.

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Check out fascinating orangutan facts and photos here at National Geographic Kids. Learn where orangutans live, what they eat, how they communicate and ...

Sumatran orangutan videos, photos and facts - Pongo abelii | ARKive


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Bornean Orangutan Facts | Endangered Animals - Animal Fact Guide


Did you know the orangutan, with its distinctive red-orange hair, is the only ape that inhabits Asia? Learn more orangutan facts at Animal Fact Guide!

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Facts about Orangutans, Bornean Orangutan, Sumatran OrangutanOrangutan Information, Anatomy, Feeding, Reproduction, CommunicationSocial Structure ...

Orangutan | Basic Facts About Orangutans | Defenders of Wildlife


Learn about the size, diet, population, range, behavior and other fascinating facts about orangutans.

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The orangutan's arms are longer than its legs, reaching nearly to its ankles when the ..... San Diego Zoo Animals (formerly Animal Bytes) is the source for facts, ...

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 | Orangutan Conservancy


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 .

10 amazing orangutan facts you need to know | Discover Wildlife


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

Orangutan Facts - Borneo Orangutan Survival


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.