Sumatran orang utan (Pongo pygmaeus albelii)

How long does it live? More than 50years
What does it eat? Fruit, leaves, bark, flowers, animal prey

How big is it? As big as a large pig, females lighter
How does it talk? Males have a territorial long call that travels 1km

Who does it live with? Alone (females move with offspring)
What does it do? Uses tools

How does it walk? Dangling by its arms, climbing using both feet and hands to grasp, walking on four legs.
Where could you find it? In the day in trees, rarely coming to the ground

What country does it live in? Northern Sumatra, Asia
Where does it live? In un-touched rainforest

Status: Critically Endangered
Threats: Habitat destruction for logging and land development



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