Orangutans (Amazing Animals) Library Binding – July 1, 2008. by Susan Kueffner (Author).
Orangutans (Amazing Animals) Library Binding – July 1, 2008.
Unfortunately, they are also one of the most endangered. Learn all about these remarkable animalshow their families work, how they learn, and how we can protect these gentle creatures for years to come.
Orangutans: Silly, sweet, and remarkably similar to humans, orangutans are one. Unfortunately, they are also one of the most endangered.
Young reader's will enjoy learning about orangutans. Young reader's will enjoy learning about orangutans. Includes 5 chapters: A Baby is Born, An Orangutan's Body, "People of the Forest," Orangutan Intelligence, Orangutans in the World, and a Glossary.
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All About Orangutans: Orangutans are apes and mammals. Orangutan babies live with their mothers longer than any other mammals except humans. They don’t leave their moms until they are between 10 and 12 years old. Boy orangutans usually stay with mom longer than girls. Their moms teach them everything they need to know – how to find food, how to protect themselves and how to eat food. Adult males grow pads on the sides of their cheeks called flanges. These pads help them attract a mate.
Such gentle animals, with the kindest eyes x. See these beautiful creatures in the wild.
Orangutans - of all the primates, i love these the most. Such gentle animals, with the kindest eyes x.
Welcome to the world of funny animals. The most cute and funny animals in our public.
The Malay word orangutan means person of the forest. Orangutans have an enormous arm span
The Malay word orangutan means person of the forest. These long-haired, orangish primates, found only in Sumatra and Borneo, are highly intelligent and are close relatives of humans. Orangutans have an enormous arm span. A male may stretch his arms some 7 feet from fingertip to fingertip-a reach considerably longer than his standing height of about 5 feet. When orangutans do stand, their hands nearly touch the ground. The animals are long-lived and have survived as long as 60 years in captivity.
All About Animals is an Australian television series. It is a show about all types of animals including Australian native animals, exotic animals and pets. The show is hosted by 9-year-old Olivia Todd and her 15-year-old brother, Jake. Together they travel to a range of animal sanctuaries, zoos and wildlife parks to learn interesting things about different animals. They also interview a range of celebrities who love animals or are representatives of different wildlife organisations
All About Apes All About Orangutans. DIET Orangutans are omnivores (they eat both plants and animals) but are mostly herbivorous (plants comprise most of their diet).
All About Apes All About Orangutans. Orangutan Quiz to Print. Or Go to the Answers. They also eat insects and small animals (like birds and small mammals). Orangutans don't even have to leave their tree branches to drink, they drink water that has collected in the holes between tree branches.