Borneo- Orang Utan

Orang Utan come from kalimantan.
Borneo Orang Utan listed as a threatened species and is estimated between 55,000 Ð 40,000 remaining in the wilderness. In Sebangau National Park, Central Kalimantan, Orang Utan populations continue to decline from almost 13,000 individuals between 6900 into 1996 and 2003 due to habitat fragmentation, illegal logging, forest conversion, illegal trade, and forest fires. They likely will not be able to survive in the wilderness, except Òmanusia forest merahÓ this dilestarikan in areas with well managed and protected forest landscapes and in the wider connected by a corridor.

Orang Utan conservation efforts in our National Park Sebangau conducted in a manner that is complete, which provides protection to the Orang Utan populations through habitat protection, while also working with our various partners to promote social and economic development for local communities around the park. In the Betung Kerihun National Park (BKNP), we began working with the Orang Utan population identify where after that we facilitate the establishment of joint patrols involving local communities, NGOs, the guards BKSDA and national parks.

Description physical Borneo Orang Utan:

* Hair on the face of Borneo Orang Utan fewer people rather than their relative Utan from Sumatra;
* Having a very long hands that can reach 2 m in length. Legs relatively short and weak, but the arm and hand is very strong;
* It is the largest mammal tree climber, moving from one tree to another tree, where they do not want to climb down the tree to the ground;
* Jantan be mature because the large size, bag ball in the throat and cheeks on each side of the face.
Moving with hands clench on the ground;
* The length of the body is approximately 1.25 Ð 1.5 m;
Weight adults 30 to 50 kg for females and 50 Ð 90 kg for males;
* Bulunya reddish brown.

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