Orangutans are part of the ____________ family of primates.
Orangutans are originally from which of the following countries?
Orangutans are believed to have inhabited Southeast Asia and South China during the Pleistocene.
There are currently only ___________ species of Orangutans in the world.
The third species of Orangutans was identified in ____________.
The orangutans are the only surviving species of the subfamily Ponginae.
Orangutans have been classified into the genus ____________.
Orangutans spend most of their time on _____________.
Adult female orangutans weigh upto 75 kilograms.
Are Orangutans one of the most intelligent primates?
Orangutans are _____________ based on their diet.
____________ has been discovered to be the major threat to orangutans.
Which part of the Orangutan's body is longer: arms or legs?
__________ is the name of the extra cheek pads of fatty tissue on both sides of the face of adult male orangutans.
Orangutans build nests in trees and live in them.
All the species of orangutans have been classified as _______________.
Orangutans have been reared as exotic pets.
The name "orangutan" is originally from the ______________ language.
_____________ is the name of the first orangutan to be kept in captivity in London Zoo.
The Tapanuli orangutan is endemic to the _____________.