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Orangutan Predators - Orangutan Facts and Information


Orangutan Enemies. The orangutan doesn't have very many predators by nature. However, they also don't have very much to defend themselves with so it is a ...

What Eats Orangutans?


Mar 30, 2010 ... On Sumatra, the orangutan's main predators, or natural enemies, are tigers and leopards. Tigers are very rare, however, because people have ...

What are the orangutans predators? - Quora


Oct 20, 2015 ... Oranguatans are actually very rare and are found in only two places in the world ( Botswana & Borneo). They're also large and aggressive ...

Orangutan Behavior | Orangutan Foundation International


Also, mothers probably protect young orangutans from predators such as clouded leopards and pythons in Borneo, and tigers in Sumatra. Male orangutans ...

How do orangutans protect themselves? | Reference.com


While orangutans have few natural predators, these arboreal apes are capable of defending themselves when needed, using their sharp teeth and exceptional ...

ORANGUTAN -- Kids' Planet -- Defenders of Wildlife


Orangutans have thin, shaggy, reddish-brown hair. They have long, powerful arms and strong hands that they can use to manipulate tools. Orangutans have the ...

Enemies of an orangutan - Answers.com


the only enemies of an orangutan are humans....we don't hunt these animals but by habitata destruction thanks.we are the only enimies of the orangutan.

Bornean Orang-utan (Pongo Pygmaeus) - Animals - A-Z Animals


Jul 13, 2010 ... The Bornean Orang-utan is a large primate species that is found inhabiting the humid tropical ... Bornean Orang-utan Predators and Threats

The Orangutan - Habitat


Orangutans are found in Indonesia on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo. ... In Sumatra, Orangutans are entirely arboreal because of large predators (such as ...

Orangutan - Pongo pygmaeus - Blue Planet Biomes


Orangutans live in the tree tops of the Southeast Asian tropical rainforests of ... It's biggest natural enemies are humans because they poach, trap, and sell them ...