This 2017 video says about itself: Orangutans can explain the evolution of languagues. Anthropologists in England claimed that the orangutans‘ voices to kiss could be a window into how modern languages ​​are formed. According to the theory of evolution, orangutans, the closest ape species to humans, can answer the question of how modern languages ​​are […]

via Orangutan evolution and humans — Dear Kitty. Some blog

Orangutan- Old Man of the Forest!

By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS Their very name means “man of the forest,” and anyone who has ever seen an orangutan up close and personal will understand why these highly intelligent primates, with their human-like features and their acute sensitivity, are considered to be one of our closest living relatives. And yet, despite their gentle, unaggressive nature […]

via The Gentle Giants of the Forest — Pulse News Mexico

Protection Guarantee for Gunung Leuser National Park. Sumatra…

The Aceh provincial government has vowed to protect Gunung Leuser National Park, the core part of the Leuser Ecosystem in Sumatra, by canceling infrastructure projects in the park. However, questions linger over the future of the remaining part of the wider ecosystem, where planned infrastructure projects remain unaffected by the latest pledge. Activists have called […]

via Sumatran habitat for tigers, orangutans gets a partial reprieve from development — We All Deserve Better

Borneo Loses 150,000 Orangutans in 16 years…study finds!

Borneo, ravaged by deforestation, loses nearly 150000 orangutans in 16 years, study finds http://ift.tt/2C1Bk5S Borneo, ravaged by deforestation, loses nearly 150000 orangutans in 16 years, study finds Mongabay.com Borneo Has Lost 100000 Orangutans Since 1999 NPR Borneo has lost nearly 150000 orangutans since 1999 ZME Science Full coverage Superforest via deforestation – Google News http://ift.tt/2BvXSvy

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NEW ORANGUTAN SPECIES DISCOVERED IN SUMATRA!

This video says about itself: 2 November 2017 Researchers at the University of Zurich have discovered a new species of orangutan. The new species, Pongo tapanuliensis (Tapanuli orangutan), live in remote areas of rainforest in Batang Toru, on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. From ScienceDaily: Newly discovered orangutan species is ‘among the most threatened great […]

via New orangutan species discovery — Dear Kitty. Some blog

Rescued Gorilla and her Carer move to a New Sanctuary, Cameroon.

THE OLD GUV LEGENDS

A gorilla in the hands of her carer as they drive to a new and larger sanctuary run for the care of orphaned or captive apes rescued by Ape Action Africa in Cameroon.
Image Credit: Photograph by Jo-Anne McArthur/Photographers Against Wildlife Crime.
Source: Photographers against wildlife crime – in pictures | Environment | The Guardian

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