Animal Species

Bornean Orangutan
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Orangutans share approximately 97 % of their DNA with humans!

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Mature rainforests on the island of Borneo in Asia
3 - 4.5 feet tall
Females: 90-150 pounds Males: 180-275 pounds
35-40 years
fruit, young leaves, bark, flowers, insects, and bird eggs
One offspring born every 3-6 years. Clings to mom for first 2 years of life.
Conservation Status
Critically Endangered
habitat destruction, poaching and the harvesting of trees for palm oil