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Aidan b the orangutan 5
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Aidan b the orangutan 5
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  • 1. The Orangutan By Aidan Baker 5banksia
  • 2. CLASSIFICATION
    • The Orangutan is like a monkey but it is orange. The Orangatan is also a mammal.
  • 3. DESCRIPTION
    • Orangutans have a thick coat of orange fur. They have big eyes that stick out of their head. The Orangatans have 4 legs but they can walk on 2 of them. Orangatans have to carry their babies on their back so they can still run and climb.
  • 4. Habitat
    • The Orangatans make their bed mostly on the forest floor. They only go into the trees to hunt for their food. They live in Borneo and Sumatra which is in Indonesia.
  • 5. Movement
    • The Orangatan usually moves on all fours but they can move on two legs. They usually walk but they can also run very fast.
  • 6. Diet
    • The Orangatans eat fruit, leaves, bark, flowers, honey, insects and vines. They love to eat fruit from the duian tree.
  • 7. Reproduction
    • Dominant males may have large breeding territory and mate with several females. The females give berth to one baby at a time.
  • 8. Other Facts
    • The Orangatan is a member of the monkey family.
  • 9. Bibliography
    • http://www.wonderclub.com/Wildlife/mammals/Orangutan.htm
    • http://myanimalblog.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/orangutan-traveling-forest.jpg
    • http://nutritionresearchcenter.org/healthnews/wpcontent/uploads/2008/07/orangutan-baby.jpg
    • http://ishouldbebroke.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/baby-orangutan.jpg
    • http:// www.moonbattery.com/orangutan.jpg
    • http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_idk1F_IctVY/S6gnU9XS3VI/AAAAAAAAAIg/MyKJZWl4rII/s320/bg_malaysia0037-after.jpg
    • http://www.cmzoo.org/images/imgPhoto-palmOilCrisis-5.jpg
    • http://naturalpatriot.org/wp-content/uploads/2007/09/salamanders.jpg
    • http://www.tropical-rainforest-animals.com/image-files/orangutan7.jpg

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