Josh Sandtner
Josh Sandtner Campaign leader

In the picture above, it shows the destruction that is caused just to make way for their palm oil plantations.

start labelling palm oil on our food products.
Josh Sandtner
Josh Sandtner Campaign leader

In the photo above, the native Bornean are cutting down the Orangutans natural forest to make way for their palm tree productions.

start labelling palm oil on our food products.
Josh Sandtner
Josh Sandtner Campaign leader

this article is full of information. It tells you all about each different way how we threaten the lives of the Orangutan specie. It also…Read More

Threats to Orangutans

Administrator
At the turn of the century, orangutan populations in Borneo and Sumatra numbered in the hundreds of thousands, inhabiting endless expanses of untouched tropical rainforest. Today, the situation couldn’t be more different. Large scale logging and rampant plantation expansion has seen both forest habitat and orangutan numbers plummet drastically. …Read More
Josh Sandtner
Josh Sandtner Campaign leader

this article above is about how much Orangutans are dying each year and what is actually killing them.

Orangutan Threats

Threats to Orangutans There are numerous threats to the viability of the remaining wild orangutan population in Indonesia and Malaysia.  The primary threat is loss of habitat with up to 80% of suitable forest in Indonesia and Malaysia having been lost in the past 20 years. Other threats, which often go hand-in-hand with the destruction of the…Read More
Josh Sandtner
Josh Sandtner Campaign leader

This article is one of the best ones because it only doesn't tell you what threats are caused to the Orangutans, it tells you what they get…Read More

Orangutans

WWF
Physical description  The orangutan is the world's largest tree-climbing mammal. The animals have a characteristic ape-like shape, shaggy reddish fur and grasping hands and feet. Their long armsvery long arms that can reach as much as 2 meters in length. Orangutans's legs are relatively short and weak, but their hands and arms are powerful. …Read More