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“GIS – Helping Manage Our World” – The ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute) International User Conference (UC) is the biggest GIS (Geographic Information System) event of the year and thousands of people gathered to share their ideas, expertise and practical application of GIS in their organizations. OFI has been successfully utilizing GIS since 2003, the […]


Orangutans at the Dentist

By | On Jan 29, 2005

Orangutan Tooth Removal During this summer’s bi-yearly medical examinations, the veterinarians discovered three orangutans; Melan, Jutak, and Umit, with decayed teeth. Decayed teeth in orangutans are removed to help alleviate the pain and ensure that the site does not become infected. Dr. Rosa Garriga arranged for Dr. Tiono and Dr. Suharyoro, to conduct oral surgery. […]


Dear OFI Members and Friends, As I review my first year with OFI, I reflect on our many accomplishments and the challenges that still face us. We have worked steadily to build the organization’s capacity both in the Los Angeles office and in the field. This was made possible by your generous support and funding […]


According to our current knowledge, the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus) was the first great-ape species to split off from the evolutionary tree that led to modern humans. This happened about 14 million years ago (Goodman, 1999). In searching for the origins of human cognition and human language it is therefore imperative to gain knowledge about the […]


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