There's only 800 Tpanuli orangutans in the world.
The once expansive and ancient forests of Borneo have been brought to the brink.
The destruction of the palm oil industry has been highlighted in recent years, with plantations taking up vast areas of rainforest
Some zoos try to imitate the animal's natural habitat...but however large an enclosure, it can tell nothing of the scale of the captive animal's natural environment or how they behave in the wild.
A "mummified" baby orangutan has made a remarkable transformation thanks to the care and treatment of a dedicated team of
The North Pacific Octopus though makes the biggest sacrifice for reproduction. Once in their lifetime, a female octopus carries eggs inside her for five months and then finds a safe hiding place to expel up to 100,000 eggs!
I can't decide if Timehop and Facebook memories are helpful and motivating or really difficult at the moment. I've been faced
Scroll down for more pictures. A baby orangutan found in a urine-soaked box was in such bad condition that he looked "mummified
Orangutans are highly intelligent animals. They are extremely similar to humans, given that they're able to use advanced cognitive skills, and in fact they share 96.4% of our genetic make-up. It is no surprise then that the word 'Orangutan' translates from the Malay language as 'Man of the forest'.
A month after being abandoned by her mother, baby orangutan Rieke is thriving. The animal was born at Berlin Zoo on January