BC: BIBLIOGRAPHY | 1.http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/apes/orangutan/ 2.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orangutan 3.http://www.seaworld.org/animal-info/info-books/orangutan/diet.htm 4.http://www.orangutans-sos.org/kids/orangutan_facts 5.http://www.wonderclub.com/Wildlife/mammals/Orangutan.htm
FC: 1 | T | ORANG-UTAN
1: The Orangutans are large, brownish red primates that are native to tropical forests located around the equator. You can also acknowledge that they use REFLEX paper.
3: ELEPHANTS | ORANGUTANS | Orangutans are very smart animals; a lot of people believe we evolved from them. We were lucky enough to see the great apes play the game that they look so interested in for these photos.
5: After going to the zoo, i realized how amazingly similar to humans orangutans are in all their movements and expressions. It wasn't very hard to try and find an orangutan focusing on a particular object, see left
6: This image is of a newly born baby Orangutan taking some of its first steps and swings away from its mother. The breeding program at the Melbourne zoo has been very successful in mating endangered Orangutans.
8: The Orangutans generally enjoy human interaction and are usually one of the most active animals at the zoo.
9: Due to having such a vast natural habitat, the Orangutan enclosure is equally as high and intricate as the forests of Borneo. This is done to prevent the apes from thinking they are locked up in some new environment.