Indonesia’s critically endangered Sumatran Orangutan

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Sumatran Orangutan is a critically endangered animal in Indonesia.

The population of Sumatran Orangutan, which is one of the three species of orangutans and occurs only on Indonesia’s island of Sumatra, is estimated at about 7,000 as of 2015.

A wild Sumatran Orangutan forages at Ketambe Observational Mount Leuser National Park in Southeast Aceh, Aceh Province, Indonesia, April 4, 2021.(Photo: Xinhua)

A wild Sumatran Orangutan forages at Ketambe Observational Mount Leuser National Park in Southeast Aceh, Aceh Province, Indonesia, April 4, 2021.(Photo: Xinhua)

 

A wild Sumatran Orangutan forages at Ketambe Observational Mount Leuser National Park in Southeast Aceh, Aceh Province, Indonesia, April 4, 2021.(Photo: Xinhua)

A wild Sumatran Orangutan forages at Ketambe Observational Mount Leuser National Park in Southeast Aceh, Aceh Province, Indonesia, April 4, 2021.(Photo: Xinhua)

 

A baby Sumatran Orangutan eats sweet potatoes at Batu Secret zoo park on the occasion of the International Orangutan Day in Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Aug. 19, 2020.(Photo: Xinhua)

A baby Sumatran Orangutan eats sweet potatoes at Batu Secret zoo park on the occasion of the International Orangutan Day in Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Aug. 19, 2020.(Photo: Xinhua)

 

A Sumatran Orangutan plays at Batu Secret zoo park on the occasion of the International Orangutan Day in Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Aug. 19, 2020.(Photo: Xinhua)

A Sumatran Orangutan plays at Batu Secret zoo park on the occasion of the International Orangutan Day in Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Aug. 19, 2020.(Photo: Xinhua)

 



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