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Orangutan of the Month for February 2020:
MARSHA, Magic in the Canopy
It is amazing to think that just over 50 years ago we knew so much less about these orange apes, orangutans, the only great apes native to Asia, than we do now. Over the last decades Dr.Biruté Mary Galdikas and others have contributed much to our knowledge of these enigmatic pongids. Through observation and research [...]
Orangutan of the Month for January 2020:
LEVY, Mr. Can-Do
Male orangutan infants are lightning bolts packed with energy and if there is one orangutan who can be guaranteed to be in the thick of it, that is Levy. Some infants immediately stand out. Levy is not initially as obvious or as eye catching as some of the other infants at Camp Danielle but over [...]
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