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Orang-Utan Toni

Sumatran orangutan
Pongo abelii / Sumatran orangutan

Orang-Utan Daisy
Habitat
tropical rainforest
Continent
Asien
Food
Fruits, fresh shoots, but also small animals and birds' eggs
Gestation/breeding period
9 month
Mode of life
Solitary or mother with offspring
Class
Mammals
Order
Primaten

Did you know that?

~ 1,50 m
size

~ 80 kg
weight

~ 60 years
age

How endangered are Sumatran orangutans?

by IUCN (Red List of Threatened Species)

  • Not evaluated
  • Data deficient
  • Least concern
  • Near threatened
  • Vulnerable
  • Endangered
  • Orang-Utan Daisy
    Critically endangered
    Critically endangered
  • Extinct in the wild
  • Extinct

By the way

The first rearing of an orangutan in human hands took place at Dresden Zoo in the 1920s.

Orang-Utan Daisy

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