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Orangutans are skilful nestbuilders whose engineering expertise rivals that of birds, say scientists

The great apes construct large, oval nests in tree canopies where each evening they will curl up and sleep but little is known about their mechanical design.

Sumatran Orangutan

In 'Girl Scouts vs. Kellogg’s' [a battle] over [deforestation] palm oil, rainforests and Orangutans win. *Thank GOD for those two, young girls!

baby orangutan by Olga Gladysheva. Orangutans continue to be threatened by habitat destruction and the growth of palm oil plantations.

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Pleasu tvawesome animals BOYCOTT products that contain Palm Oil and Palm Oil derivatives to help SAVE the Orangutans.

[CasaGiardino] ♡ Mother Orangutan...help protect her and speak out against the destruction of rain forests for the purposes Palm oil monocultures.

Deddeda Photography Premium Thick-Wrap Canvas Wall Art Print entitled A Mother Orangutan Eats Vegetables With Her Baby; Singapore, None

Los Angeles Zoo's little Bornean Orangutan baby is the star attraction these days. She's the second baby for mom Kalim, who is one of four adult females in their Red Ape Rainforest. Father to the new arrival is Minyak, one.

Since the year 2000 palm oil plantations around Kalimantan (Borneo) have expanded by nearly 300%, destroying vital forest patches where these orangutans should be living. Photo by: Rhett A. Butler.

Since the year 2000 palm oil plantations around Kalimantan (Borneo) have expanded by nearly destroying vital forest patches where these orangutans should be living. Photo by: Rhett A.

Orangutan Mom & Little Girl | by helenehoffman

sdzoo: “Orangutan Mom & Little Girl by Helene Hoffman Orangutan mom Indah and her little girl Aisha enjoy the morning sun. Orangutans, whose name means “people of the forest,” live in tropical and.

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