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The body of an orangutan is well designed for them to swing from the trees in the rainforest where they live.
The issue of orangutan communication is one that many people find to be interesting.
The orangutan ascendants were found in many places. That included areas of India and Vietnam.
There is evidence to suggest that orangutans were on earth two million years ago. They are part of the ape family.
Approximately 90% of the diet that an orangutan consumes is fruit. What they will consume depends on their natural habitat as well as the season.
Orangutan Natural Habitat Most orangutans in the wild live in rainforests where they enjoy the mild temperatures and plenty of food. They also have lots of trees in the forests for them to live in and to swing from. They
The tiger and other big cats are known to make meals out of orangutans, especially the smaller ones.
Orangutan Breeding and Reproduction Orangutan males are ready to mate when they are approximately 15 years of age. For girls it is about 12 years of age. For these apes, they live along instead of in groups. When it is
Orangutans are loners so they don’t develop the same type of social structure as other apes.