Help The Orangutans!
Help save the endangered Orangutans. They need your help!
Baby Orangutans love to explore and be around others, unlike adults.
Mom and Child
A baby Orangutan gets a fun piggyback ride from his mom.
Male and Female
On the left is a male Orangutan and on the right is a female Orangutan. Most males have wider facial features, larger feet, and weigh much more than the average females.
Why Are Orangutans Endangered?
Sadly, the amount of Orangutans decreases every day because of situations that can easily be prevented. Humans hunt orangutans to kill them for their skulls or fur to make coats, purses, and many other assessories. Baby orangutans are sometimes kept as pets. Orangutan habitats are also constantly being destroyed by humans cutting down their living environment completely.
How Can Us People Help?
Sources and Authors
Did you know that male Orangutans are typically twice as large as female Orangutans? They also usually have wider facial features. Adult Orangutans enjoy being independent and alone.
They live far away from each other to avoid conflicts with each other.