Orangutans Human Impact

They Live in trees to stay away from predators.

The Indigenous people felt that they were people trying to hide from work or being slaves.

Humans destroy their homes by cutting down the trees to make room for living, humans cut them down to make farm land.

They live in south east Asia.

Solution: stop cutting down trees is a good plan.

Farmers hunt them because they eat their crops.

230,000 orangutans lift in the world.

97% of orangutan are close to humans in DNA.

They live to be 35-45 years old.

With people cutting down trees there will be more farm land so more farmers would want to hunt them because they eat their crops.

They love to eat bugs.

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Created with images by Brian J Kelly - "Orangutan" • judygva - "South East Asia"

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