Sumatran orangutan mum Emma with one day old infant at Chester Zoo 3

Proud mother Orangutan posing for first picture with her new baby.

A male Sumatran orangutan crosses a fallen tree, Indonesia. The Sumatran orangutan is critically endangered, with less than 15,000 alive in the wild.

CRITICALLY ENDANGERED: A male Sumatran orangutan crosses a fallen tree, Indonesia. There are less than Sumatran orangutans alive in the wild.

Sumatran Orangutan Pongo, "Right here, plant one right here."

Sumatran Orangutan Pongo Abelii Two

Original fine art photographic print of an orangutan baby - by award winning wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas❤️

Sumatran orangutans are the only species of great ape found outside of Africa. Unlike their African great apes, the Sumatran orangutans lead a very solitary lifestyle, with males and females only really coming together to mate.

Animals Facing Extinction: 10 Critically Endangered Species

these wonderful primates that have mostly human DNA. The Sumatran orangutan (Pongo abelii) is one of the two species of orangutans. Found only on the island of Sumatra, in Indonesia, it is rarer than the Bornean orangutan.

Endangered Sumatran Orangutan Saved From Palm Oil Plantation - The Dodo

Endangered Sumatran Orangutan Saved From Palm Oil Plantation - The Dodo

ENDANGERED SPECIES SPOTLIGHT: Bornean & Sumatran Orangutans

ENDANGERED SPECIES SPOTLIGHT- Bornean & Sumatran Orangutans

Palm Oil, Deforestation, and the Fast Food Industry: Would You Like a Side of Forests with That?

St. Louis Zoo's 45-year-old Sumatran orangutan, Merah, with new baby Ginger, born Dec. 2014. (Photo by Jane Padfield.)

GINGER A Sumatran orangutan, named Merah, gave birth December at the Saint Louis Zoo. Mother and baby are doing well. The baby's name is Ginger. Photo by Jane Padfield.

Sumatran Orangutan: Critically endangered, approximately 7,300 individuals

Sumatran Orangutan (Pongo abelii) female 'Suma' reunited with male baby 'Forester' (part of baby snatching story) Gunung Leuser NP, Sumatra, Indonesia.

It's World #Orangutan Day! Did you know Borneo and Sumatra are the ONLY places in the world you can find orangutans in the wild? Share if you love 'em & want to see them continue to survive and thrive in our world's #rainforests. | Via @World Wildlife Fund

Did you know Borneo and Sumatra are the ONLY places in the world you can find orangutans in the wild? Share if you love 'em & want to see them continue to survive and thrive in our world's

Wattana and her 8-month-old son Kawan

Hanging Around with a Baby Orangutan - ZooBorns “Apenheul Primate Park visitor JeanKern took these candid photos of Orangutan Wattana and her son Kawan enjoying a sunny October day.

The Orangutans in Tripa need our help NOW! https://endoftheicons.wordpress.com/

We are currently watching a global tragedy says Dr Ian Singleton as fires rage in Tripa peat Swamps and also threaten wildlife including the few wild orangutans (about that remain.

The forests orangutans call home are a vital source for fresh water. Rivers and streams from these forests provide local communities with water for drinking, cooking, bathing, irrigation and hydroelectricity. The forests are also a valuable source for wildlife products like honey and rattan.

Your shampoo, your ice cream, your margarine, your lipstick – all contain palm oil. Demand is still growing, as are oil palm plantations . but at what price to tropical forests and the biodiversity found there?

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