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Sumatran Orangutan

Orangutans are the largest tree-dweling mammals on earth, spending over 90% of their time in canopies where they sleep and eat ripe fruit, young leaves, termites, and vines. Found on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra in western Indonesia, the future of all orangutans is grim. As more and more natural rainforest is burned and cut down for paper mills and palm oil plantations, orangutan population numbers dwindle. More plantations means more roads sprawling throughout the jungle, which means easier access into and through wildlife habitat for people. These allow poachers to reach remote areas to trap and or kill wildlife such as the Sumatran elephant, orangutan, rhino, and tiger; all of which are now critically endangered, with rhino and tiger dangerously close to extinction.

 

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