Orang-utans are highly intelligent apes who can recognise their own reflection. They can also use tools. For example, they might stick a long branch vertically into a lake to find out how deep it is, or use it to make a bridge over marshy ground before they cross.
When it rains, orang-utans hold leaves over their heads to prevent them from getting wet.
- Scientific name : Pongo pygmaeus
- Global Home : Asia
- Conservation Status : Critically Endangered
- Primary habitat : Subtropical Forest
6,6 x 5,8 x 5,6 cm (W x D x H)